Import documentation and Customs ABI (ASM100)


Chapter Topic Detail
1 Internal Controls  Corporate policy and procedures
2 Product Classification Navigating the HTSUS, use of GRI, GN
3 Entry information Valuation, customs bonds, duty, liquidations
4 Customs Automated Systems ABI, ACH, ACE programs
5 Importance of shipping documents Commercial Invoice, Packing List, Bill of Lading/AWB, others
6 Other government agencies Roles and responsibilities of FDA, FCC, FWS
7 Broker management Powers of attorney, data collection, entry filing
8 Customs communications Customs Forms 28, 29, Request for Audit
9 Record keeping Information required, period, retention format
10 Program use TIBs, bonded warehouses, Foreign Trade Zones
11 Non-compliance Penalties, liquidated damages, protests
12 Preferential Tariff Agreements NAFTA, CBERA, CBTPA, Israel, Jordan, Singapore, Chile, etc.

ABI – The Automated Broker Interface is a component of the U.S. Customs Service’s Automated Commercial System that permits qualified participants to electronically file required import data with Customs

To install and implement ABI, contact Netwin Solutions


Provides guidance on how to expedite release of import cargo

Establishes interactive communication with Customs

Demonstrates tremendous cost savings on brokerage fees

Course Number ASM100  
Audience Size Cost
1 to 5 $2,250.00
6 to 10 $2,700.00
11 to 20 $3,500.00
The Instructor shall provide course materials and resource guides.  
Training is conducted on customer’s site. Cost of air travel, accommodation and local transportation is not included in above costs.