Export Certificates from Korean Steel
Updated: Jul 9, 2020
In the September 18 edition of the Federal Register, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced that importations of steel products from the Republic of Korea subject to absolute quota limits must be presented with valid and properly executed certificates of exportation. This new requirement is set to begin on October 18 and covers products under the subheadings 9903.80.05 through 9903.80.58.
CBP advises importers that only exporters may obtain valid and properly executed certificates of exportation, which exporters may apply for online via the website for the Korea Iron and Steel Association.For entries filed through ACE, additional guidance on the submission of the certificates of export is available in a draft portion of the CBP and Trade Automated Interface Requirements (CATAIR) for entry summary filings (specifically, within the draft chapter designated as the AE CATAIR), regarding the record entitled Importer's Additional Declaration Detail.