Suggested Work-Around to Successfully Run the REV-101, REV-102, and REV-103 Reports
There appears to be a widespread issue with the Statements data universe, and consequently the REV-101, REV-102, and REV-103 reports. For the time being, we recommend scheduling this report for “now” as its recurrence. Below is the link to a video demonstrating how to schedule a report. Once you have scheduled the report please check the History section, where you should be able to find the scheduled “instance” of the report.
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Notification of Updates to the ACE Tips for Filing EPA Hydrofluorocarbons (HFC)

The purpose of this message is to inform you of updates to the ACE Tips for Filing EPA HFCs. The tips sheet is provided to assist importers or their authorized agents with filing obligations related to import regulations for bulk hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) under the American Innovation and Manufacturing (AIM) Act.

As part of the AIM Act phasedown of HFCs, starting January 1, 2022, there are requirements for imports of HFCs. Specifically, imports of bulk HFCs and HFC blends of any quantity require allowances, subject to limited exceptions. In addition, EPA is requiring information to be electronically filed through ACE no later than 14 days prior to importation.

The updated tips sheet includes the most current Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) codes for HFCs, guidance on how to file required information in ACE, and additional guidance on how to file in ACE for HFC shipments imported for destruction or transformation, or for shipments entering a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) or to be transhipped through the United States.  

The tips sheet is available on CBP’s website. More information about the AIM Act and EPA’s regulations can be found at: In addition, a fact sheet for importers can be found here:

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Check Out This Week’s Customs Bulletin! This update includes:
General Notices

1. Application for Extension of Bond for Temporary Importation (CBP Form 3173)

U.S. Court of International Trade Slip Opinions
1. NTSF Seafoods Joint Stock Co., Plaintiff, v. United States, Defendant, and Catfish Farmers of America, et al., Defendant-Intervenor

2. Catfish Farmers of America, et al., Plaintiffs, v. United States, Defendant, and NTSF Seafoods Joint Stock Co., Defendant-Intervenor

3. Power Steel Co., Ltd, Plaintiff, v. United States, Defendant. Rebar Trade Action Coalition, Defendant-Intervenor

4. J.D. Irving, Limited, Plaintiff, v. United States and U.S. Department of Commerce, Defendants

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