Customs Import Specialist Job Description Sample
Import Expediter / Customs Clearance
Our growing Textile company is looking for a person that can bring a high level of urgency to coordinating the importing and shipping of all of our textiles from Asia and Europe to the USA. The purchasing department will approve goods to be shipped and this position will be responsible to ship them here as efficiently as possible, clear the goods in US customs, and schedule delivery. Shipments are transported via international container shipments, international air shipments, domestic truck load and LTL shipments. This position needs to bring an organized approach to get these shipments in transit with a sense of urgency and helps in all areas of logistics.
Prior experience importing or freight forwarding to the USA is a plus.
Our Office is located in Fenton, MO and the hours are 8:00am to 4:45 pm with a 45 minute lunch, Monday through Friday.
Benefits: 401K Matching up to 6% of salary, plus profit sharing of approx. 5%, plus Bonus, Health Care and Dental Insurance, Flex (Cafeteria) Plan, Vacation and Paid Holidays for full time employees.
Our fabric is used by a wide assortment of manufacturers in Apparel, Outerwear, Sportswear, Caps, Headwear, Uniforms, Aprons, Bags, Luggage, Accessories, Emblems, Sublimation Heat Transfer, Home Furnishing, Industrial, Medical, Automotive, etc.
Carr Textile is headquartered in Fenton, Missouri, U.S.A., a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri. We operate a 420,000 sq ft manufacturing and distribution facility in Sikeston, Missouri with the capabilities of re-rolling, biasing, slitting, die cutting, sewing, and plastic extrusion. In addition, we have a warehouse/show room in Los Angeles, California and two Sales Representatives working out of New York City. Carr Textile stocks more than 5 million yards of fabric in more than 12 warehouse shipping points in the United States and abroad. We offer our fabrics worldwide with Asia to Asia shipments available.
Import Clerk Must Have Customs House Brokerage Experience - #15047
Import Clerk Must have Customs House Brokerage Experience - #15047
International Freight Forwarder and Customs House Broker in the Hawthorne, CA area needs an energetic Import Clerk to handle Customer Service and Documentation from A to Z, Correspondence, Import Clearance and Duties; Interact with Federal Agencies, Carrier Selection and Dispatch. Client Requires previous CHB Experience and a Stable Job Record.
Working Knowledge of Cargowise would be a Plus as would a College Degree. Good Benefits. $40K to $50K DOE.
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Customs Compliance And Import Procurement Analyst
Overview This position is responsible for the preparation, coordination, processing, and tracking of all international documentation related to international shipping. Must be adept at communications with external contacts as well as interacting with all levels of internal management, customer service, and plant locations on a daily basis with a high degree of detail and accuracy at all times on varied and complicated matters dealing with foreign trade. Responsibilities Essential Duties & ResponsibilitiesInclude the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Arranges, prepares contracts and freight manifests for shipments via ocean/air/rail to include terms and conditions as required
Follows company policy and strategy for obtaining freight quotes for international shipments
Maintains accurate files of all current contracts, performance status of each, ensures formal contract file contains• Prepares complex export customs and collection documentation in accordance with detailed foreign trade requirements• Prepares all Pro Forma invoices and commercial papers as required• Processes international orders and coordinates special shipping instructions to final destinations with all freight carriers and consolidators• Creates accurate import documentation• Supplies foundries with components to support contracts + • Ensures accurate Oracle costs are established and maintained + • Works with Wabtec Global Trade Manager to ensure SCT customs compliance + • Approves international freight bills/vendors invoices + • Resolves documentation disputes with forwarders, banks, government agencies and customers to ensure timely collection of shipments + • Works with freight forwarders to maximize efficiencies while lowering costs and improving deliverables
identical information, plus any current, possible future or resolved problems.
Approves international shipments with freight forwarders to ensure shipments arrive in time
Performs other related duties as assigned by management Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Ability to deal clearly, professionally and effectively with external and internal contacts
Must possess strong Customer Service qualities and dedication to making it right for the customer
Ability to work independently to resolve time sensitive issues due to global time differences
Requires excellent organizational skills and ability to work under stress
Ability to prioritize to meet deadlines
Working knowledge of International Order, Traffic, Credit systems
Strong computer skills in MSOffice products, email (Outlook), spreadsheets, word
Must work the hours assigned and begin and end work on time
Able to meet attendance, safety, security and work deadlines, follow all company policies
Must be punctual and timely in meeting all requirements for work performance• Must adapt with minimal or no advance notice, to changes in how business is conducted and work is accomplished + • Must be adaptable to accept and perform in a timely and effective manner work assignments that are outside the normal routine + • Must handle in a constructive, non-disruptive manner the multiple businesses, organizational and interpersonal changes and stresses that may exist in the employee’s work, work processes, and dealings with other personnel. Qualifications Education/Experience Bachelor’s degree preferred, and or combination of schooling and two years work experience with significant exposure to assist customers and staff. Language Ability to read and interpret contract documents, technical documents, shipping manifests, export documents, bill of materials, letters of credit, Pro Forma invoices, emails, reports, invoicing, etc. Reasoning Ability Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving international policies or guidelines. Ability to think quickly and react to situations under time restraints. Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines. Good mathematical and analytical abilities. Physical DemandsMust be able to see, speak, hear, type, walk, sit, stand, climb, and bend on a daily basis. Work EnvironmentThe work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing duties on this job, the employee is exposed to an office environment in a normal office setting. NOTE: This job description should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards of the position. Incumbents shall follow any other instructions, and perform any other related duties as may be required by this position and supervisor. ID2017-3429 Functional AreaSupply Chain - Logistics Business UnitRegular Full-Time TypeStandard Car Truck
Customs Import Supervisor
Job Summary Develops a thorough understanding of clients' shipping requirements and patterns. Reviews and processes day to day operations, evaluates and recommends equipment needs.
Plans and schedules appropriate service line to maintain a cost-effective balance between customer service and compliance of shipments.
Ensures compliance with all government related programs specific to mode and direction of related shipments (i.e. Customs, security, and other import and export government agencies that regulate international trade). Provides assistance with trade compliance issues including proper tariff classification.
Monitors key performance metrics of direct reports and ensures timely and accurate processing. Duties and Responsibilities Leads core team responsible for meeting the needs of clients assigned to the group with a direct responsibility to generate and support profitable growth for the organization through proper management of the clients. Develops standardized process for clients assigned to group including SOPs, KPIs, report requirements, systems needs, and compliance requirements.
Liaisons with other operational groups to ensure processes are established. Provides training and handoff to team to ensure they are properly servicing customers based on established requirements. Responsible for resolving all internal and external client customer service issues in a cost effective and expeditious manner.
Works closely with clients' representatives to ensure service satisfaction. Analyzes service failures/issues and implements performance improvement processes to enhance future service delivery. Ensures proper documentation, including transit documents and customs clearances, exists for shipments.
Ensures documentation is accurately processed, distributed, and released to transportation teams, forwarders, customers and agents in a timely manner. Prepares all necessary data entry and confirmation of key milestones (departure, arrival, customs clearance, PODs, etc.) as specified by Customer Standard Operating Procedures for Customs Entry Processing. Maintains courteous, prompt and efficient customer relations.
Prepares timely management information and reports as specified and requested. Develops and maintains successful relationships with local vendors (e.g. airline representatives, freight forwarders, custom brokers, local pickup and delivery companies, regional trucking companies, line haul providers) as well as other co-load carriers. Ensures any company policy, systems, and industry related training is delivered to all direct reports as needed.
Establishes and maintains all necessary procedures to assure a clean, properly organized, safe and healthy environment for all personnel. Minimum Requirements Bachelor's Degree in Business, Transportation, Logistics or equivalent combination of experience and education. 5 years operational experience in international transportation with an international logistics provider. Customs brokerage license is beneficial.
Demonstrated analytical, business planning, and problem-solving skills. Demonstrated organizational and supervisory experience, including process improvement techniques. Must possess the ability to manage multiple tasks from multiple services/locations.
Knowledge of state, federal and international applicable laws and regulations as they relate to primary services of Customs Brokerage and participating government agencies. Effective verbal, written and interpersonal skills. Knowledge and experience in Customs entry software, spreadsheets and databases (Excel and Word) applications required.
Experience in CargoWise One platform would be beneficial. SDL2017
Import Export Specialist With Brokerage Lic
Clayton Services, a leading staffing provider in Houston, is searching for an Import/Export Specialist with Brokerage Lic. This opportunity is with a thriving company in the Southwest area of Houston. This is a great position if you are a certified Import/Export Specialist with previous experience specializing in compliance.
Import/Export Specialist with
• Booking, scheduling of shipments, compliance adherence, document preparation, and tracing/tracking oversight to ensure deliveries are on time
• Audit charges for services including brokerage, storage, ocean freight and inland freight and create service PO's
• Answer questions and resolve issues involving all areas of imports supply chain process from customs brokers, ocean carriers, inland carriers and internal employees.
• Run various reports to analyze broker, trucker and ocean carrier performance.
• Audit service provider statements to ensure all invoices are posted.
Import/Export Specialist with Brokerage Lic
• Import/Export certified
• Previous Import/Export experience is required
• Ability to manage multiple tasks at once
• Great communication and organization skills
• Ability to quickly resolve any problems/issues with supply chain process
• MS Office proficiency
• Experience working in a fast-paced work environment
If this is the opportunity for you, apply today! Pay rate is $80K to $100K DOE.
Import Compliance Specialist II
POSITION PROFILE Maintains import compliance for all Company imports in accordance with US Customs (CBP) regulations, Company policies and all applicable requirements .Conducts post-entry reviews, investigates errors and coordinates with brokers to assure timely entry corrections. Updates, maintains and reports on the Customs Broker Compliance Measurement program, , conducts analysis for KPI's and other required departmental reports, responsible for researching and reporting of Quantity and Valuation discrepancies to CBP, participates in review/development of department SOP's as well as the update of the Customs Compliance Manual. Maintains import records and record destruction. Participates and provides support for departmental audits, transactional testing, corrective actions, classification, supports the ISA Program and other special projects or initiatives, as required. JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsible for the post-audit of Ricoh's entries to ensure compliance. Includes review of automated post-entry reports and performs manual post-audit, as applicable
Responsible for the update, maintenance, and reporting of the Custom Broker Compliance Measurement Program. This includes the formal notification of errors and non-compliant entries to the Customs broker, the receipt and review of the Customs brokers corrective actions, and the measurement and reporting of the Customs broker's quarterly compliance rating.
Participates in and supports departmental audits, transactional testing and improvement plans
Researches and drafts responses for "Requests for information" from CBP * Assists and supports NAFTA program, if required
Conducts research, analyses and prepares reports as required for KPI's & Senior Management, duty payments, tariff classifications, special projects, etc.
Responsible to advise management on Quantity and Valuation reportable discrepancies for CBP; advises CHB to file PSC as applicable
Reviews/tracks duty drawback claims, payments and records. Responsible for maintaining import records and records destruction schedules
Performs Tier II Classification review
Provides back-up support to other members in the Trade Compliance Group
Interfaces with & responds to internal and external import customers
Participates in the quarterly review & development of SOPs, and update of the Customs Compliance Manual
Supports departmental and company special projects and initiatives, as required QUALIFICATIONS (Education, Experience, and Certifications)
Four year college degree (BS or BA), or equivalent work experience * 5-7 years experience in a Customs Compliance environment
Advanced knowledge the US HTS Harmonized Tariff Schedule, the US Customs Regulations, full understanding of the GRI's, Section and Chapter Notes as well as the Explanatory Notes, CROSS rulings, and OGA's.
Advanced analytical skills, experience with Anti-dumping, Duty Drawback, Reconciliation, NAFTA, ISF's, ACE, ACH, ISA.
Customs Brokers License a plus
Oracle experience a plus
Related industry experience highly preferable
Experience or familiarity with Supply Chain initiatives highly desirable Ricoh is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer -- Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled.
Import / Export Specialist - San Diego, CA
Are you looking for a patient-focused company that will inspire you and support your career? If so, be empowered to take charge of your future at Takeda. Join us as an Import / Export Specialist in our San Diego office. Here, everyone matters and you will be a vital contributor to our inspiring, bold mission. As an Import / Export Specialist working on the Procurement team, you will be empowered to create and import compliance policies for the San Diego Research Site. POSITION OBJECTIVES: The Import/Export Specialist is responsible for the creation and implementation of export and import compliance policies and procedures for the San Diego Site and manages the Trade Compliance Committee. The position emphasizes resolving import/export compliance issues that may arise, and includes interaction with legal counsel, and as necessary, government officials. A component of the position is analyzing and interpreting US and foreign countries import and export regulations. The Import Specialist manages records, forms and other documentation related to imports and exports. *POSITION ACCOUNTABILITIES:
Create and implement export and import compliance policies and procedures for San Diego Research Site
Manage daily import and export transactions ensuring compliance to all US Government Laws and Regulations. This includes US Customs Border and Protection, USDA, FDA, Public Health, Bureau of Industry and Security, DEA, FAA and possible other government agencies. Prepare formal responses for questions specific to imports or exports.
Create country specific standard operating procedures for importing/exporting clinical trial material and raw materials, including logistics, customs clearance and delivery cycle times. Continually track and maintain changes to regulations and define strategies to avoid potential conflicts.
Liaise with in-country coordinators/CRO’s to establish standard import and export requirements for clinical trials, including export license determination
Screen export orders for compliance with US Government denied party listings
Verify shipment documentation of transferred compounds for proper valuation, classification, country of origin, and record retention.
Instruct customs brokers and freight forwarders on how to handle the products. Create SOP’s for entire clinical supply chain process. Conduct annual performance assessments.
Conduct post import audits ensuring transactions comply to US import regulations. If incorrect, provide instructions for entry corrections.
Serve as a subject matter expert for San Diego on import/export
Perform all record keeping processes and maintain records of all entry
Responsible for cross training on shipping process
Coverage for receiving responsibilities when required
Assist in CTM budget preparation and control activities by identifying customs duties and taxes
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS: * *Required:
Minimum 4 years experience in importing and exporting in pharmaceutical industry
Bachelor’s Degree preferred
Strong working knowledge and understanding of the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) regulations
Expert knowledge of Title 19 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) of the United States
Proven knowledge of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) * Familiar with Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) and Importer Self-Assessment (ISA) programs and requirements for qualification
Understanding of Automated Export System *Skills and
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Strong general business and business application knowledge
Excellent training, listening, diagramming and documentation skills
Promotes a spirit of cooperation, trust and respect within the team and with others
Demonstrated ability to focus on project work and efficiently bring projects to completion
Demonstrates independent troubleshooting and problem solving.
Demonstrate problem solving and decision making abilities
Attention to details and strong analytical skills
Leadership skills – ability to lead and train cross-functional project teams
Strong ability to influence others and interpret government regulations
Requires aptitude and potential to learn import and export regulations *TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS:
Ability to drive or fly to various meetings/ client sites – limited overnight. Some international travel may be required. Approximately 5% travel. WHAT TAKEDA CAN OFFER YOU: * 401(k) with company match and Annual Retirement Contribution Plan
Company match of charitable contributions
Health & Wellness programs including onsite flu shots and health screenings
Generous time off for vacation and the option to purchase additional vacation days
Community Outreach Programs Empowering Our People to Shine Learn more attakedajobs.com. Takeda is an EEO employer of minorities, women, disabled, protected veterans, and considers qualified applicants with criminal histories in accordance with applicable laws. For more information, visithttp://www.takeda.us/careers/EEO_Policy_Statement.aspxNo Phone Calls or Recruiters Please.
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Import Compliance Specialist - Staff / Manager
Job Title Import Compliance Specialist
- Staff / Manager
Post Date 08/18/2017 Company-Division Qualcomm Incorporated - Finance/Accounting
- San Diego
Job Overview Enjoy the autonomy to create your own projects and pursue initiatives that spur your interests in import compliance all while working for a company that is redefining the next generation of mobile technology. Qualcomm has a unique opportunity for a global trade compliance professional based in San Diego. The Import Compliance team is looking for a Staff/Manager to support Qualcomms global import trade compliance program. The position will oversee all trade activity, spearhead global compliance projects and initiatives with high visibility, and strengthen the execution of our trade compliance program. As a part of our team, you will work with a wide variety of internal and external stakeholders to determine import compliance and indirect tax implications worldwide and help to instill a high-level of import compliance across Qualcomms global organization. Understanding of US Customs and WTO rules and regulations are a must as we seek to strengthen our in-house compliance program. The position offers several opportunities for growth such as the analysis of VAT and indirect tax changes on Qualcomms bottom-line, optimization of Qualcomms global supply chain network, and partnering with internal stakeholders to better understand Qualcomms emerging technologies, such as the Internet of Things, mobile augmented reality, mobile computing and 5G technology.
Manage global import and indirect tax issues; work with in-country staff to create process improvements and ensure compliance with country-specific regulations.
Drive efficiencies in operations and spearhead the development of the Americas trade compliance program.
Facilitate new business unit growth opportunities through the launch of global new product introductions (5G, IOT, Augmented Reality).
Lead North America compliance reviews and work closely with local customs authorities.
Maintain oversight over required import and export documentation in accordance with local laws and corporate policy.
Pursue IT automation efforts related to compliance. All Qualcomm employees are expected to actively support diversity on their teams, and in the Company.
Minimum Qualifications + 5+ years of experience in in-house compliance department, accounting/indirect tax, international trade consulting, trade law or related discipline.
- Experience with US import regulations, HTS classification, customs valuation, and indirect tax management.
Preferred Qualifications + A candidate with Big Four or similar varied experience in support of evaluating and implementing best practices for import compliance on a global level, and supporting complex projects related to cross-functional teams, such as Finance, Tax, Legal, Supply Chain, Project Management, Government Affairs, and Logistics + Advanced degree preferred
- MBA or JD + Licensed Customs Broker
Education Requirements BS/BA degree in International Business, Finance, Economics, Tax or a related field. *LI-SRC EEO employer: including race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability & veterans status.
Import / Export Compliance Specialist - 8042
Import / Export Compliance Specialist- TalentZok
Immediate opening for an Import / Export Compliance Specialist in Long Beach, CA who possesses:
- In depth knowledge of NAFTA Rules and Regulations, documentation, requirements
- 8 yrs + worldwide Import/Exports
- HTS Codes
- Manufacturing a big +
Key Attributes & Skills
- Detailed product knowledge and knowledge of materials.
- Working knowledge of company Export procedures, policies, and Compliance Program.
- In depth knowledge of customs specifications and requirements.
- Ability to effectively communicate internationally.
- Solid computer skills.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Business or related field and/or related business experience.
- Training in company Import/Export procedures, policies, and Compliance Program.
Email resumes to hso@TalentZok.com or call 858.217.4686
TalentZok specializes in recruiting professional talent. We are currently seeking an Import / Export Compliance Specialist for a leading and growing firm.
Implements and coordinates Export and Import material documentation classification (Harmonized Tariff System (HTS) Codes). Ensures compliance with applicable internal and external Export/Import requirements.
The selected candidate will be responsible for the following:
- Ensures that shipping, receiving process functions comply with internal and external Import/Export requirements.
- Processes and coordinates export licensing for our products controlled by ECCN 2B350 and other ECCN’s in accordance with the requirements of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). Serves as point-of-contact for U.S. Dept. of Commerce personnel and other agencies for review of applications. Maintains records of all license applications.
- Reviews all imports paperwork received by our brokers and provides correct HTS class codes for Customs use. Ensures that the correct amount of duty is paid and prevents import brokers from making mistakes in classification. Provides brokers with any back-up paperwork they may need for Customs clearance.
- Reviews and approves all entry summaries received from import brokers as a result of Customs clearance. Makes sure goods are cleared properly through Customs and that brokers’ charges are accurate and supported. Forwards the approved broker’s invoice and supporting documentation to Accounts Payable. Maintains computerized log sheet for all entries and selected import/export invoices. Forwards all pertinent paperwork to Accounting and maintains copies.
- Responsible for the processing and record keeping of all imports into Canada from U.S., Mexico, and overseas. Maintains Canadian Tariff Schedule, is point-of-contact for Canadian Customs brokers, and approves Canadian Customs broker’s invoices for payment.
- Single point-of-contact globally within the company to develop reporting and lead the development and documentation of new procedures for all world areas to ensure the company is in compliance with all applicable laws.
- Participates in our Freight Council to reduce overall freight costs and consolidate carriers
- Negotiates Brokers fees and charges.
- Sets up and maintains master list database of parts, referencing Harmonized Tariff System and Schedule B class codes for imports and exports. References NAFTA status on imports location in Mexico.
- Reports items that involve Customs audits, notices of violations by the U.S. Government, seizures, bond changes or problems to the senior management.
- Assures all prepaid and collect freight invoices are processed through the central freight pay program and the Accounts Payable Dept as required by the Customs Modernization Act of 1995.
- Interacts with our Legal Dept and our outside Import/Export legal counsel to ensure the the company is in complete compliance with U.S. Custom’s regulations for all current, revised, and new regulations issued by U.S. Customs other governmental agencies impacting products imported to the U.S. and products exported to other world countries.
- Retains records as outlined in the Export Management System (EMS) and/or the Import Management System (IMS) and in accordance with our Record Retention Policy. Assures that one master file is maintained for all required documents concerning Exporting and Importing.
- Retains a current copy of CFR, Title 19.
- Reviews Procurement, Purchasing and Planning functions, assisting with issues, procedures and guidelines to ensure compliance. Assists in the development of purchase order terms and conditions.
- Ensures import brokers are approved by our Issues approved listing on a periodic basis and audits for compliance, i.e. purchasing records, shipping documents.
- Monitors the performance of the Import Broker with regard to Assist declarations/duty payments to U.S. Customs.
- Investigates all alleged, suspect or actual violations of Import Assist declarations/payments including those reported by the Import Broker and report same to the Compliance Group.
- Keeps the HTS and Schedule B import/export books up to date as well as the Export Administration Regulations Book.
- Coordinates compliance with NAFTA regulations including analysis and preparation of NAFTA certificates for export purposes; maintenance of documents relating to certification of product as NAFTA compliance; responds to requests for audit by U.S., Mexican or Canadian customs authorities. Interfaces with other company facilities to ensure company compliance with NAFTA regulations.
- Files and follows through on all international and domestic freight claims for loss or damage.
- Provides the necessary training for Assist awareness and develops procedures to ensure compliance.
- Assures that applicable documentation is in compliance with export regulations.
- Develops HTS code, NAFTA certs and Assist documentation.
- Performs all work in compliance with Loss Prevention and Quality Assurance program goals.
For immediate and confidential consideration, please email your resume to hso@TalentZok.com or call 858.217.4686
More information can be found at www.TalentZok.com
Import Specialist - Cargowise Freight Forwarding Module
Cargowise Freight Forwarding Module Import Specialist
Cargowise Freight Forwarding Module
Import/Export Specialist, Customer Service, Freight And Traffic We are an exciting and consistently growing e-commerce company located right in downtown OKC. As we continue to grow we're constantly looking to bring on top-notch Import Specialist to join our family.
What You Will Be Doing
Coordinating International Import Shipments
Organizing and writing up US Customs release paperwork
Track and Update all shipments
What You Need for this Position - 3 years of import experience
2+ years Cargowise freight forwarding module experience
Top notch customer service
Experience using various freight shipping software programs So, if you are an Import Specialist with Cargowise Freight experience, please apply today! Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. CyberCoders, Inc is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Your Right to Work – In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.
- Cargowise Freight Forwarding Module* OK-Oklahoma CityMB7-1417055
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