Customs broker

Customs broker,

Definition of Customs broker:

  1. A broker who assists and represents importers or (now less commonly) exporters in transactions or dealings with customs authorities.

  2. Person who is licensed by the local customs, after passing an examination that covers a broad range of knowledge including customs law, customs classification, customs tariff schedule, import and export regulations, shipping procedures, trade documentation, etc. He or she acts as a professional-agent for an importer or exporter, prepares and submits all documents for clearing goods through customs, and is paid customs-brokerage. Called customhouse broker in the US. See also Broker.

How to use Customs broker in a sentence?

  1. You should try to have a good customs broker that can tell you when and where to find the best deals.
  2. The customs broker was a really good one and I trusted him with all of our information and wanted him to help.
  3. When Jack wanted to start exporting his wicker furniture to India, he made sure to hire a competent customs broker to navigate the rules and regulations that would allow him to get his chairs from the U.S. into an Indian storefront.

Meaning of Customs broker & Customs broker Definition