Trade Support Network (TSN)

(U.S. Customs) A group started in 1994 by the then U.S. Customs Service (now the U.S. Customs and Border Protection) to provide a forum for the discussion of significant Customs-related redesign efforts. There are over 150 members of the TSN that represent various segments of the trade community, including trade associations, importers, brokers, carriers, sureties and others. The Network has a number of committees and sub-committees whose purpose is to identify legal, procedural or systems issues and priorities specific to the business area and to submit user requirements where appropriate. For more information, go to: www.cbp.gov.

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