How do I find a firms code?

You can find this information under the Trade tab, followed by Programs and Administration, and last under Bonds. All facilities with a FIRMS code have been bonded and are in the Automated Manifest System (AMS) or Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) to more easily process and transfer goods across the border.

What is the firms code for Long Beach Container Terminal?

Los Angeles & Long Beach Ocean Terminals

Terminal Port Berths Telephone Firms Code
NORTH AMER. TERM & STEV (310)835-6000 Z759
PACIFIC CONTAINER – PCT (866)545-3142 W182
PASHA STEVEDORING & TERMINALS LA 174-181 (310) 233-2002 Y384

What is a firms code CBP?

A Facilities Information and Resources Management System (FIRMS) Code is a four digit alpha-numeric identifier assigned by U.S. Customs and Border Protection to: Container Freight Stations, Warehouse Deconsolidators, Bonded Warehouses, or any other US Customs Service bonded facility.

Who owns Everport terminal?

Lang George – President – Everport Terminal Services Inc.

What’s a firm’s code?

The FIRMS Code represents the location of certain goods. The FIRMS location must be bonded and on file in Automated Manifest System (AMS). The FIRMS Code is assigned to a location when the bond for that location has been filed with Customs and Border Protection.

What is a firm’s code?

Facilities Information and Resource Management System (FIRMS) codes are used when communicating with a U.S. Customs Port of Entry and are required for import paperwork, inbound transit orders and other customs documents.

What is a firm code?

What is a TMF container hold?

At the Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach, you may have a TMF hold or Traffic Mitigation Fee. This fee is charged to pick up cargo during peak hours. TMF holds can be resolved through third parties such as PierPass or by contacting the terminals for other payment methods.

What is a TMF fee?

Part of the Freight Term Glossary A Traffic Mitigation Fee (TMF) is a fee paid when a terminal becomes congested. It covers the added cost of workers forced to operate outside of normal hours to avoid delays and loss of business.

How much is PierPass now?

The Pier Pass fee is a single flat fee charged for both daytime and nighttime container moves at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Beginning August 1, 2021 the TMF will be $34.21 per TEU (twenty-foot equivalent unit) or $68.42 for all other sizes of container.

What’s a TMF hold?

What is clean truck fee?

What is a clean truck fee? A clean truck fee is assessed by the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach as part of the Clear Air Action Plan in an effort to reduce air pollution. Sometimes it’s included within the Pickup & Delivery fee, but, depending on the trucking company, you may see it as a separate line item.