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Guidance for APHIS Core

NEI Approved | 1 Credit

FEBRUARY 3 | 2 p.m. EST | 1 hour

APHIS Core was implemented on January 25th, requiring the transmission of APHIS data via ACE for regulated goods. Are your goods regulated?

With the new APHIS Core filing requirements, now is a great time to better understand if your goods are subject to the new regulation. Identifying goods subject to APHIS Core goes much deeper than the HTS code, and failure to transmit the right data could result in action by the USDA and delays at the port of entry.

We will review examples and answer questions you may have, such as:

  • Is a license, permit, certificate, other (LPCO) required for my goods?
  • Do I need to know the export/transit country “disease” status?
  • Plant imports, the possibility of propagating, and what that means for APHIS Core.
  • Will how the goods are processed affect my shipment, such as cooked, diced, pickled, fumigated, and used versus new equipment?

Bring your questions, and we’ll be sure to answer them. You can also send your questions in advance to dlaroche@anderinger.com.

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Meet the Speaker

Sandy Coty

Director of Operational Development, District Manager | A.N. Deringer, Inc.

Sandra (Sandy) Langford-Coty is the Director of Operational Development. In this position, she strengthens Deringer’s operational efficiencies and compliance as well as increasing customer satisfaction. Based in Los Angeles, Sandy also serves Deringer as District Manager with oversight of the Los Angeles customer service center.

Sandy is President of the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Association (LACBFFA) and chairs the Airport Customs Committee. She has been an active member of the board for LACBFFA and previously chaired the Marketing and Communications Committee.

Additionally, she serves the Pacific Coast Council of Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Association in her role as Vice President. She is active within US Customs and Border Protection’s Trade Support Network and Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee (COAC) working groups, as well as the National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA). She holds much expertise within ACE and partner government agencies (PGA).

Prior to joining Deringer, Sandy held the role of Vice President of Customs Brokerage with a large logistics company. Sandy is a Licensed Customs Broker and a Certified Customs Specialist with a Bachelor’s Degree in Resource Economics from the University of Massachusetts.


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