MCH Services and Entries

MCH acts on behalf of importers and exporters to ensure that goods get through customs channels quickly and efficiently. In the United States customs brokers are licensed by the CBP, a branch of the Department of Homeland Security.
Types of Customs Entries
Auxiliary Services
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Merchants Custom House Brokerage Co. Inc.
P.O. Box 724052
Atlanta, GA 31139

MCH Service

Prepare import and export documents and other forms on behalf of clients in accordance with customs regulations, laws and procedures.

Sign import/export document on behalf of clients, using power of attorney.

Offer counsel and services attending to commodity, tax rates and duties, import and export restrictions, exchange rates, methods of customs clearance, letters of credit, insurance requirement, domestic and international shipping and transportation regulations, tariff classifications, concessions, and appraisals.

Arrange payments for taxes, storage, duties, freight, transportation, bonds and other expenses to cover duty of goods.

Provide client representation before government official’s administrative tribunals or in other dealings with government officials.

Auxiliary Services

Full container Load (FCL)
Less than Container Load (LCL)
Warehouse and storage

Types of Customs Entries

T&E-Transportation and Export: Goods shipped under U.S. Customs bond from a U.S. Port of Entry to a second U.S. Customs port for export to a third country.

VST&E-Vessel Transportation and Export: This is a specialized U.S. Customs bond intended for a foreign vessel which will be immediately leaving the USA.

Warehouse Entry- This entry is for goods entering the USA under bond to temporarily store goods in a warehouse without paying duties and/or taxes.

Informal Entry- This type of entry is performed for shipments valued $2000 USD (Some commodities are restricted to an informal entry, regardless of the value).

Consumption Entry- designed for shipment entering the U.S.A. with a value over $2000 USD.

TIB- Temporary Import Bond: Goods entering the U.S.A. temporarily and intended for re-export to the originating country. Some restrictions do apply.

4455- Certificate of Registration: We also prepare this U.S. Customs document which is intended for foreign shipment exporting from the U.S.A. and then intended for return to the U.S.A.

IT Entries- Immediate Transit: Goods shipped under U.S. bond directly from initial Port of Entry into the USA to a second U.S. Customs port. Note Restriction: The Carrier must hold a Bond with U.S. Customs.
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