Monthly Archives: September 2017

US Customs Issuance of Wood Packaging Material Penalty

Dear Valued Customer, As you are aware, all wood packaging used to ship products internationally are subject to ISPM 15 regulations which were developed to prevent the transportation and spread of disease and insects into new ecosystems. All wood packaging

Posted in Uncategorized

Hurricane Irma: Charleston and Savannah Port Conditions – Update Tuesday, Sept. 12

Dear All, Please see the below updated notices regarding Charleston and Savannah Ports. Charleston, SC: Adverse weather conditions associated with tropical storm Irma departed the Charleston area on Monday evening, September 11. Cargo and facilities at the South Carolina Ports

Posted in Uncategorized

Hurricane Irma: Charleston and Savannah Port Conditions – Update Monday, Sept. 11

Dear All, Please see the below updated notices regarding Charleston and Savannah Ports. Charleston, SC: The South Carolina Ports Authority continues to monitor conditions associated with tropical storm Irma. The SCPA will cease all Charleston operations – breakbulk and container

Posted in Uncategorized

General Rate Increase from Far East to USA and Canada, effective October 1st

Dear all, Please be advised of the following carrier notification of General Rate Increase (GRI) effective October 1st. General Rate Increase (GRI) from Far East to USA and Canada Effective Date: October 1st, 2017 (cargo receipt date at origin) Scope:

Posted in Uncategorized

Hurricane Irma: Charleston and Savannah Port Conditions – Update

Hurricane Irma: Port Conditions – Update Dear All, Please see the below updated notices regarding Charleston and Savannah Ports. Charleston, SC: Friday, September 8 The South Carolina Ports Authority continues to very closely monitor the path of Hurricane Irma and

Posted in Uncategorized

Hurricane Irma: Charleston and Savannah Port Conditions

Hurricane Irma: Port Conditions Dear All, Please see the below notices regarding Charleston and Savannah Ports. Charleston, SC: Thursday, September 7 The South Carolina Ports Authority continues to closely monitor Hurricane Irma as it approaches the United States and will

Posted in Uncategorized

**** Due to TSA Regulations - All cargo that is tendered for transportation - is subject to inspection .****
Copyright © 2013 O.T.S. Astracon, LLC. All rights reserved