Import from Brazil to USA
Importing goods from Brazil to the United States can be a complex process due to the laws and procedures governing international trade between the two countries. Many US small businesses and manufacturers require commodities that are exclusively produced in Brazil, making importation a necessity.
At our company, our primary objective is to simplify the process of importing goods from Brazil to the United States for our clients. We specialize in providing comprehensive import assistance to businesses seeking to source commodities in Brazil without the burden of navigating the complex bureaucracy of the importation process.
Our team is well-versed in the regulations and procedures governing international trade between the US and Brazil, and we have established relationships with trusted suppliers and logistics providers in Brazil to ensure smooth and efficient sourcing, transportation, and delivery of goods. Whether you need assistance with customs clearance, logistics coordination, or ongoing support throughout the importation process, we are here to help you succeed in your international trade endeavors.
How we can help you Succeed
We offer expert consultation services to clients who are sourcing various products from Brazil. Our team can assist you in finding and connecting with manufacturers across a range of sectors, including agriculture equipment, bulk auto equipment, engineering and machinery products, building materials, workout and outdoor sports equipment, office supplies and furniture, food services, maintenance repair and operating supplies, electronics, home decor and interiors, construction supplies, and childcare products.
In the event that a manufacturer does not have the necessary permits to export your desired products, we can assist in obtaining an export permit, also known as a RADAR.
Our goal is to simplify the sourcing process for our clients and provide them with access to high-quality Brazilian products that meet their unique needs. We pride ourselves on offering personalized and comprehensive services, including product sourcing, contract negotiation, logistics management, and ongoing support throughout the trade process. Whether you’re an established importer or a new business seeking guidance on purchasing inventory from Brazil, we are here to help you succeed.
Importing Goods into the United States
Importing goods from Brazil to the USA involves several steps and considerations, including compliance with customs regulations, taxes, and tariffs. Here are the general steps you need to take to import from Brazil to the USA:
- Identify the goods you want to import and their tariff classification: Determine the HS code (Harmonized System code) for the goods you want to import. The HS code will determine the amount of duty you will have to pay when importing the goods.
- Verify if the goods are allowed into the USA: Certain products are prohibited from being imported into the USA, such as illegal drugs, counterfeit goods, and certain food items. Verify if the goods you want to import are allowed into the USA.
- Identify the appropriate regulatory agencies: Depending on the nature of the goods you want to import, you may need to comply with the regulations of various government agencies such as the FDA, EPA, or USDA.
- Find a freight forwarder or customs broker: A freight forwarder or customs broker can help you navigate the import process, handle customs paperwork, and arrange for the shipment of your goods.
- Obtain necessary documentation: You will need to obtain documents such as commercial invoices, bills of lading, and certificates of origin. Make sure all documents are accurate and complete.
- Pay duties and taxes: You will be required to pay duties and taxes on the goods you import. The amount of duty will depend on the HS code and the value of the goods.
- Arrange for delivery: Once your goods have cleared customs, you can arrange for delivery to your business or warehouse.
- It’s essential to note that importing goods from Brazil to the USA can be a complex process, and it is highly recommended to work with an experienced customs broker or freight forwarder to ensure compliance with regulations and avoid potential delays or penalties.