Trade Tech Launches New Website to Help Businesses Meet EU’s ICS2-ENS Filing Deadlines and Navigate Global Customs Regulations 

Seattle, WA, June 10, 2024 – Trade Tech, an industry-leading global logistics platform, has launched a new website, The website is designed to help businesses navigate complex Customs regulations, particularly the upcoming ICS2-ENS filing deadline on December 1st, 2024.  ICS2 compliance is required for the safe and secure movement of goods into and throughout […]

Watch Trade Tech’s ENS-ICS2 Webinar: Essential Updates and Compliance Strategies

Welcome to the recorded session of the recent Trade Tech ENS-ICS2 webinar. In this presentation, our experts provide crucial updates and compliance strategies for the Import Control System 2 (ICS2) and Entry Summary Declaration (ENS). Discover the latest regulatory changes, best practices, and practical tips to ensure your operations remain compliant and efficient in the […]

Trade Tech Webinar for Import Control System 2 (ICS2) – ENS Filing

Trade Tech is proud to announce a series of ICS2-ENS webinars across the globe. By leveraging Trade Tech’s global network, these webinars will be hosted by our local offices and in your local time zone. We are confident these webinars will be both informative and helpful. Countries in the European Union have developed a unified approach […]

Digitization of the Supply Chain means Mechanization of the Process

Why is there so much talk about Digitization in the forwarding and supply chain space? Well, the key is that data moves freight and incorrect or missing data disrupts the movement of goods. Digitizing the process is much like developing a machine to handle the process, similar to how we use machines in manufacturing. The result is […]

Update on ICS2-ENS Go Live Dates

The go live for mandatory Ocean ICS2 filing has been postponed. The new go live dates are now scheduled for: Ocean ISC2: For Vessel Operators – June, 3, 2024For House Bill Filers – December 4, 2024 ICS2 Security Filings will apply to forwarders, and not just carriers, for all cargo moving to and from the European Union. […]