tariffs

U.S. tariffsWe are sharing information about tariff duty rate changes
on this page as it becomes available from the
U.S. Government and/or reliable industry sources.

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China Tariffs and Effective Dates

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative announced Friday, Sept. 20, 2019, that it granted tariff exemptions to more than 400 items imported from China. The exemption lists are for Lists 1, 2 and 3 (tariffs effective Oct. 15) with downloadable PDFs found below.
Detailed information is available via these links:
Our team has created a spreadsheet to provide updates on the situation.
It includes reference links. It can be downloaded by clicking here.
  • Effective Sept. 1, 2019, List 4A of Section 301 has a duty rate in effect at 15%.
  • THIS INCREASE IS CANCELLED: It was expected on Oct. 15, 2019, Lists 1, 2, and 3 (above with exemptions) of Section 301 currently with a duty in effect at 25%, would have a duty increased to 30%.
  •  List 4B is scheduled to go into effect Dec. 15, 2019.

EU Tariffs and Effective Dates

Tariffs related to good from the EU were announced Oct. 2 and and take effect Oct. 18. Download the list here.
The tariffs come on top of existing ones that the U.S. and EU exchanged last year. This is the overview of the list.

This Federal Register Notice was issued on Oct. 9 as it pertains to large civil aircraft products. Read notice here.

Cargo Services customers with specific questions about
shipment status and the impact, please contact your representative.

 

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