As a full-service logistics provider, Edward J. Zarach & Associates provides services for importers and exporters in the United States and around the world. We offer international freight forwarding, Customs brokerage, warehousing and distribution, local and long-distance trucking and consultative and professional services. We provide transactional shipment services and project and consultative services at far more competitive rates with comparable results than most attorneys or professional firms.
We understand how FDA, ATF and Internal Revenue taxes operate in this highly-controlled sector.
Security, accuracy and attention to detail are required to keep goods flowing and shipments in compliance with Customs and other agencies.
Food safety and security are paramount, as well as the correct entry of goods to regulators. Trust our years of experience and success to help your business.
A substantial part of our business is perishables and we are a well-known and respected company in the cold chain sector for fresh flowers, food and pharma.
Goods exported from the United States for which import duties were paid are eligible for refunds under the right circumstances and with the proper documentation.
Among the most complex and highest risk movements, we have the experience to assess, quote, insure and deliver this most sensitive of cargo anywhere in the world.
Whether mock-auditing to review an import or export program for accuracy and compliance or aiding in the establishment and completion of a C-TPAT program, we are your professional resource to identify strengths and deficiencies and provide guidance towards improvement.
Customs compliance should be a key element of every importer’s operational structure. For many legacy companies, their sourcing may have begun with
On April 1, 2017, which was the start of the contract season, the four ocean carrier alliances reorganized to form three alliances,
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) contains a requirement that Food Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) begins on May 27, 2017, and importers