USPPI

USPPI

  • EXPORTER AND USPPI ON RETURN SHIPMENT

    QUESTION: Company A in the US purchased and imported product from Company B in Mexico. Company A in the US sold the product to Company C (a US domestic customer) Company C (US domestic customer) needs to return product for repairs to Company B in Mexico. Company C placed a purchase order for the repairs […]

  • USPPI EEI Filing Responsibility

    QUESTION: If Company A buys inventory for Company B in the U.S. and Customer C places an order (sample – free of charge) which ships from Company A who then exports the order filing on behalf of Company B.  Company B at the end of each month credits back the cost of orders due to […]

  • Who is the USPPI?

    QUESTION: I joined a rather large company with many divisions having many business units. Through my discovery mission, many of the business units are buyers/sellers (IORs/USPPIs). However, there is 1 business unit is a service/fulfillment provider. This business unit’s purpose is to warehouse goods owned by the customer. At times the customer will instruct the […]

  • 15 CFR 30.1 .2 .3 auditing by the USPPI not a legal obligation

    OT Fact Sheet: Origin Certification Requirements QUESTION: Looking for insight from the membership.  15 CFR 30, by my read does legally bind the USPPI to audit routed export transactions prepared and filed via a POA between the FPPI and a US forwarder with no influence or direction from the USPPI.  What I read is that […]

  • USPPI question

    QUESTION: Should the USPPI be the initial US company who sold material to the German company but delivered to the warehouse of the German company in US, what would be the price declared on EEI by this USPPI on the resale of the items to another country by the German company, assuming the resale price […]

  • ANSWERS TO Question on USPPI question

    QUESTION: Should the USPPI be the initial US company who sold material to the German company but delivered to the warehouse of the German company in US, what would be the price declared on EEI by this USPPI on the resale of the items to another country by the German company, assuming the resale price […]

  • USPPI question

    QUESTION: Summary: I do not believe that I am the USPPI in this transaction for the reasons I list below.    My US company obtains a PO from a German company, and we invoice the German company so for the movement of money we may be the USPPI.  See more details below.  Any help is greatly […]

  • USPPI SCENARIO

    QUESTION: My sold to is Germany and I get paid from the German company.  The ship to address is the US and is not a distributor, it is one of many US addresses under the Germany company.  INCOTerms (I know they are of no significance regarding the filing of AES) is EXW.  Once the goods […]

  • USPPI

    QUESTION: My company is based in the United States and has a branch set up in the Netherlands. The branch in the Netherlands doesn’t have any direct employees and we utilize a third-party logistics provider in the Netherlands for our warehousing and distribution needs. Our US parent company will issue purchase orders to US vendors […]

  • USPPI inquiry

    QUESTION: The US Foreign Trade Regulations state that a foreign entity shall be listed as the USPPI if it is in the United States when the items are purchased or obtained for export. Does anyone know if that includes when the foreign entity takes title within the US (e.g., holds inventory in the US) and […]

  • Question on routed shipment forwarder/filer POA

    QUESTION: I know that the USPPI is legally *entitled* to obtain from its foreign customer (FPPI) a copy of the FPPI’s POA to its US forwarder to make the EEI filing – but is the USPPI in any way *required* to obtain a copy of that from the FPPI? (Understanding that it is of course […]

  • USPPI in delayed routed export transaction

    QUESTION: USA Domestic machinery manufacturer (Company A) makes custom machinery for their Customer (Company B) located abroad. The terms of the sale are Ex-Works Company A’s USA manufacturing location. This is a classic routed export transaction…. But, Company B instead tells Company A that Company B’s USA subsidiary is going to pick up the machinery […]