Superior U.S. Customs

Brokerage Service

About RGF

The rules governing international trade change daily; Fleischer is here to guide you through this process.

RGF is a CTPAT certified and a nationally permitted Customs Brokerage company. Our in house licensed customs brokers oversee teams of entry writers.  Each employee is continuously trained on import tariff classifications (HTSUS) and U.S. Customs' regulations (19CFR). Additionally, employees hold various certifications to assist with Partnership Government Agency (PGA) compliance if entry calls for FDA, EPA, NHTSA, APHIS, etc.

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Importer Security Filing

Entry Filing

National Customs Brokerage Services


Partnership Government Agency Compliance and Clearance

Inbond Filing

Contiguous Nation

Inbond Filing



Importer Security Filing

Who: ISF compliance is a requirement bestowed on Importers and Carriers.

What: Importers are responsible for declaring 10 data elements to U.S. Customs that correspond with 2 data elements filed by Carrier.

Where: ISF data must be transmitted via ABI to U.S. Customs

When: Data filed by importers must match to Carrier's information no less than 24 business hours prior to departure from foreign port of lading or transshipment port.

Why: ISF is a process designed to screen imports in an effort to reduce terrorist threats at U.S. Ports. It is important to comply with ISF regulations to avoid fines and penalties levied against incorrect, inaccurate, or late filings @ $5,000.00/offense.

How: While importers may choose from a wide range of ISF filers, it is important to consult a knowledgeable filer like RGF to prevent fines and comply with increasingly difficult protocol/regulations.

U.S. Customs Brokerage

Who: All cargo, no matter the value or consignee, must be declared to U.S. Customs. The merchandise value and use will determine the type of entry required and if additional agency clearance is required.

What: Brokerage Service is the processing the data required by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Partnership Government Agencies (PGA), and facilitating the financial transfer from Consignee to the Government.

Where: Entry and Entry Summary Filing are handled at the port of entry into the United States. RGF retains a national brokerage license enabling clearance services anywhere in the U.S.

When: There are numerous deadlines associated with Customs Brokerage. However, we aim to pre-clear all air cargo at the time of departure from foreign airport, and up to 5 days prior to arrival of sea freight.

Why: Proper classification and entry filing will avoid erroneous dutiable charges and avoid fines for incorrect or negligent filing. U.S. Customs Brokerage is best handled by an experienced broker with a sturdy time-tested reputation of excellence.

How: Contact RGF to begin correspondence regarding your questions, concerns, and future plans. From cradle to grave, RGF is here to service your needs.


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