A restricted zone within the United States or near US Customs port of entry that is treated for purposes of the tariff laws and Customs procedures as being outside the Customs territory of the United States.
GTK ECCN is a web based application that can be accessed by registered users, allowing ECCN classifications to be determined and documented at any time, and at any place. GTK ECCN reduces the Commerce Control List to a series of questions that require only a "Yes" or "No" answer.
Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism. GTKonnect C-TPAT is a voluntary supply chain security program led by Customs and Border Protection (CBP), to strengthen global supply chain and border security from possible intrusion by terrorist organizations.
Export compliance has become an increasingly difficult area for many companies. With government automation of records and an active effort by U.S. government enforcement personnel, clients are increasingly being subject to export compliance verification questions and investigations. The penalties for non-compliance with respect to exports are significantly higher than for imports. Under strict liability, penalties can be as high as $250,000 per violation. Confirming whether or not a commercial product has an ECCN on the CCL is not a simple process.
Through our patented interview process, GTK ECCN guides you to the appropriate ECCN classification and documents the steps for record-keeping purposes. GTK ECCN is updated as changes to the Commerce Control List are published to ensure that you are using the most recent and accurate version of the CCL.
“When we were faced with an upgrade to meet the Customs requirements for Automated Commercial Environment (ACE), we turned to the experts at GTKonnect. We upgraded to the product suite Exports, Trade Agreements, FTZ, Global Parts, and Imports. Not only did they provide us with exceptional technical support during this upgrade, but the training and continued support has been superior to any other company. We look forward to future upgrades and a continued partnership with GTKonnect.”
Example: If you are attempting to classify an aircraft engine, you will spend most of your time on questions regarding engines and not missiles or other unrelated items, etc.