The 4 Most Common Export Reporting Errors

June 29, 2010
By Michelle Kelley

Since the beginning of this year, U.S. Customs has issued penalties for 1,300 Electronic Export Information (EEI) filing errors.

If you’re an U.S. exporter, watch out for these violationsthe four most common export reporting errors according to U.S. Customs.

  1. EEI data elements—15 CFR 30.6
    Incorrect port of export, etc.
  2. EEI filing procedures/deadlines15 CFR 30.4
    Late filing
  3. Clearance/departure of carriers under bond on incomplete manifest—15 CFR 30.47(b)
    Carriers not filing all required certifications, exclusions, etc.
  4. General requirements—15 CFR 30.2
    Incorrect values, carrier information, schedule B number, etc.

Got questions about EEI filing errors? Contact:

Robert Stein
Director of Customs & Trade Compliance
T: (315) 552-5409