U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) today issued a release announcing that on Thursday, November 29, 2018, CBP will deploy a new drawback universe and reports to the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE).
According to the CBP release—CSMS #18-000695—claimants will be able to view data from their own drawback claims. Importers (as a non-claimant) will be able to view certain information associated with their own entry summaries listed in drawback claims. Drawback filers will be able to view data for the claims they have filed.
ES-601 drawback claim details: This report is available for importers and brokers and provides data on type 47 entry summaries. This report is available to drawback claimants via the importer role and to drawback filers via the broker role.
ES-609 non-claimant importer drawback header: This report allows importers that are non-claimants to view header and entry summary data from drawback claims they have submitted. This report is available using the importer role.
ES-610 non-claimant importer drawback details: This report allows importers that are non-claimants to view line level data for entry summaries associated with their import of record number for drawback claims they have submitted. This report is available using the importer role.
For more information on this topic or to learn more about KPMG’s Trade & Customs Services, contact:
John L. McLoughlin
Luis (Lou) Abad
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