Save time shipping internationally by configuring your International Shipments defaults. Find more help configuring your International Shipments settings with our step-by-step guide.
|1. Content type||A required field on all customs forms. Select the option that best describes your product:
|2. Country of Manufacture||Designate a default country if most or all of your product is manufactured in the same country. Learn how to edit this on a per shipment basis.|
|3. Harmonized code||Although optional, adding harmonized codes to your shipments ensures that accurate duties and taxes are assessed. Learn more.|
|4. Description||If a line item on an international shipment is missing a description, the default saved will be applied. It should be as specific as possible while still accurately describing any product that you may ship. Learn more about editing a description on a per shipment basis.|
|5. Include Signature on Customs Form||Save time signing customs forms by affixing your signature electronically. Be sure to include a first and last name for your company's representative. Learn more.
NOTE: when shipping with APC Postal Logistics, Globegistics, or RR Donnelley, this signature field is not applied to the label. Click the linked carrier name to learn more.
|6. Automatically truncate my product descriptions to 50 characters||Accurate product descriptions help speed your shipments through customs. While you can edit these individually on the Ready to Ship page, checking this option ensures that you'll never forget to reduce the description to comply with US Customs Form maximums.|
|7. Use discounted price if item is discounted and declared value is not specified||Choose to use the discounted product price for each line item on the Customs Form. Learn more.|
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