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The Importance of Proper Country of Origin Marking

August 7, 2020

We’ve attached a link to an important article regarding country of origin marking and every importer should read the article and ensure their imported products are properly marked with country of origin at the time of import. One of the most common reasons US Customs (CBP) will detain or seize a shipment is due to either improper or lacking country of origin marking. If you have questions regarding country of origin marking we can help – contact us at

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