Shipping & U.S. Customs Requirements

  1. Importer Security Filing (ISF):
    Completion of the ISF Submission Form is MANDATORY for ALL ocean shipments. This worksheet MUST be accurately completed and sent to both the Expeditors and Goodyear ISF mailboxes no later than 96 hours prior to vessel cut off. Your failure to provide on time/accurate ISF or respond to our inquiry for more information which produces demurrage/detention charges and/or penalties by U.S. Customs & Border Protection will be debited to your account.

  2. C-TPAT Survey & Security Profile Checklist:
    This checklist should be completed as part of Goodyear’s commitment to U.S. Customs & Border Protection as it pertains to our participation in C-TPAT.

  3. Customs Instructions for Suppliers:
    Instructions for suppliers on what is necessary for their products to clear U.S. Customs & Border Protection with minimal difficulty and delay. Within these instructions are referenced several Appendices.

  4. Commercial Invoice:
    This is a form of invoice that suppliers may use in the event their own invoice does not include all of the information required.

  5. ISPM 15 Solid Wood Packaging Update:
    This publication offers guidance to suppliers on procedures required by U.S. Customs & Border Protection relative to wood packaging material

  6. Fabric Detail Worksheet:
    This document is to be completed when a supplier is shipping fabric into the United States. The questions asked will allow the broker to correctly classify the fabric, which is critical.

  7. Goodyear Material Detail Sheet:
    This form can be completed to assist the supplier with providing added information. It is not mandatory.

  8. Informed Compliance Publication:
    The Informed Compliance Publication from U.S. Customs & Border Protection web site entitled What Every Member of the Trade Community Should Know About: Fibers and Yarns: Construction and Classification Under the HTSUS will hopefully assist suppliers of fabric in understanding the requirements they must adhere to.

  9. Single/Multiple Country Declaration:
    This form is provided in the event the product or products being shipped into the United States by the supplier were produced in multiple countries.

  10. TSCA Certification:
    This form is required if the product is subject to controls under the Toxic Substances Control Act.

  11. Preparation of NAFTA Certificate:
    Instructions for the preparation of NAFTA Certificates are provided as a guide for suppliers.

  12. NAFTA Certificate:
    A blank NAFTA Certificate is provided for the supplier to complete.

  13. Expeditors' Import to USA Shipping Instructions