See the status of your in-bond shipments at a glance, and easily update them in real time.
The In-Bond Dashboard is your one-stop information destination for in-bonds. Track in-bonds from filing to closing using advanced search options. See status of in-bonds at a glance and drill in to advanced reports and actions from one screen.
Electronic Reporting Of In-Bond Arrival And Export
Electronically arrive and export your U.S. in-bonds with minimal data entry. BorderConnect provides a fast and easy way to meet CBP's new in-bond requirements.
Verify in-bonds were successfully reported and get in-bond details directly from CBP with In-Bond Status Query. In-bonds filed or updated by a third party can also be queried.
Take Control of Your In-Bond Shipments.
Electronically arrive and export your U.S. in-bonds with minimal data entry. Verify in-bonds were successfully reported and get in-bond details directly from CBP with In-Bond Status Query.
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If you use BorderConnect for ACI eManifest and the U.S. In-Bond Manager, you can link them together. Simply add an ACI eManifest trip number that exists in BorderConnect and once the ACI arrives, the U.S. in-bond is automatically exported! Giving you a complete hands-off approach to handling bonded shipments.
BorderConnect provides simple subscription plans for the U.S. In-Bond Manager add-on.
After your 30-day free trial, your subscription plan scales automatically based on your monthly volume.
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* All prices mentioned above are billed in the same currency as the location of the customers billing address. (ex. if a customer is in Canada they would be billed $89.95 CAD, if the customer was located in the U.S. they would be billed $89.95 USD)
In-bond shipment totals are the sum of unique bond entries.
Below are some of the common questions customers have. If you can't find the question you're looking for please contact us and reach out to our friendly support team.
In order to use our U.S. In-Bond Manager, you will need a filer code issued by CBP. BorderConnect will work with you to create a Letter of Intent to submit to CBP, which will result in you being issued a filer code and being set up to use our system. This process can take several weeks depending on the current volume that CBP is processing. Because of this we recommend you apply as soon as possible.
Yes! You can sign up for a 30 day FREE trial of BorderConnect's In-Bond Manager today! It's risk-free and there is absolutely no financial obligation. After your free month's trial, we'll call to see how you've made out.
That depends. You are meeting your electronic reporting requirements for those in-bonds that you're handling that way. But if you ever pick up in-bond shipments within the U.S., there would be no ACE eManifest for you to use for reporting, so you would need to use one of the other options above instead. You would also need to use another option if another party did the ACE eManifest, since you wouldn't have access to it in that case. We would recommend getting set up for BorderConnect's U.S. In-Bond Manager either way, so that you are set up to handle electronic reporting for any and all cases.
The carrier whose bond is obligated on the in-bond shipment is ultimately responsible for ensuring that the in-bond is arrived and, if required, exported. The arrival and export reporting may be done by any authorized agent of the responsible carrier, but the responsibility and liability is still always on the bond holder.
In-bonds of type 61 (Immediate Transportation) and 62 (Transportation and Exportation) cover the movement of a shipment through the U.S., beginning at an originating port and ending at a destination port. In-Bond arrival takes place when the shipment reaches the destination port. Arrival of the in-bond must be reported to CBP within 2 business days after it has taken place. For an Immediate Transportation in-bond, this completes the in-bond move and "closes" the in-bond.
In-bonds of type 62 (Transportation and Exportation) and 63 (Immediate Export) cover the movement of a shipment that is destined outside of the U.S. Export of the in-bond takes place when the shipment has physically left the U.S., or when the shipment is located where exportation is reasonably assured. For example at a seaport, airport or rail location and under control of the exporting carrier. Export of the in-bond must be reported to CBP within 2 business days after it has taken place. For in-bonds of type Transportation and Exportation and Immediate Export, this completes the in-bond move and "closes" the in-bond. Please note that a Transportation and Exportation in-bond must be arrived prior to being exported.
An in-bond diversion occurs when a carrier wants to change the in-bond destination from one port to another. Previously, the carrier could contact the CBP port to request permission to divert the in-bond. These requests must now be done electronically using ACE or ABI. A CBP-approved QP/WP program such as BorderConnect's U.S. In-Bond Manager allows carriers to make these electronic diversion requests.
The paper 7512 can no longer be presented to CBP to arrive and export an in-bond, and the regulations do include the elimination of the paper 7512. However, there are numerous exceptions to this, including shipments moving by air, the requirements of specific CBP ports, and as part of bonded warehouse and foreign trade zone movements. As such, we recommend continuing to keep a paper 7512 copy with the shipment unless you're able to specifically rule out the possibility that it will be needed at some point in the process.