transportation and exportation entry

(U.S. Customs) Customs entry used when merchandise arrives in the U.S. and is destined for a foreign country. Under a transportation and exportation entry, merchandise may be transported in bond through U.S. territory. For example, a transportation and exportation entry would be used for merchandise destined for Canada, arriving in Seattle, from Japan. See entry; in bond.

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