USCIB is the U.S. National Guaranteeing Association

Origin of the ATA Carnet System

In 1961, The ATA Carnet Convention on temporary imports was adopted by the World Customs Organization to encourage world trade by reducing the barriers caused by varying national customs regulations. USCIB was appointed by the Treasury Department in 1969 to operate and manage the ATA Carnet system in the United States.

U.S. National Guaranteeing Association

USCIB is the national guaranteeing association of ATA Carnets under a set of conditions established by the World Chambers Federation, a division of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in Paris. ATA Carnets allow temporary, duty-free imports overseas for goods generally qualified for use in trade shows or as commercial samples and professional equipment.

Staff Contact:   Glendy Sung

Vice President, Carnet Operations
Tel: 212.703.5073

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