Effective March 22, 2024, the United States Census Bureau (USCB) along with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has expanded the Automated Export System (AES) 203 Report to include ten additional data elements. The USCB authorizes that the additional data elements do not compromise the competitiveness between the USPPI and the FPPI, and the expanded report provides a greater visibility to users to measure compliance with routed export transactions.

The 10 Elements

  1. USPPI Contact Name
  2. USPPI Contact Phone
  3. Forwarder Company Name
  4. Forwarder Contact Name
  5. Forwarder Contact Phone
  6. Unit of Measure (Quantity 1)
  7. Unit of Measure (Quantity 2)
  8. Late File Indicator
  9. License Type Code
  10. License Number

“This is a necessary improvement for the AES 203 report to be an effective compliance tool,” Jim Trubits, Vice President, Business Development at Mohawk Global. For more information or questions regarding your shipment’s AES Export Reports, please contact your Mohawk Global Representative.

By Clarissa Chiclana

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