What is EEI number?
The Electronic Export Information (EEI) is required documentation when the value of the commodity classified under each individual Schedule B number is over $2,500 or if a validated export license is required to export the commodity.
How do I find my FedEx EEI number?
Find EEI information at FedEx® Global Trade Manager. Contact AES online or call the AES Call Center at 1.800. 549.0595.
What is an AES number?
AES Quick Reference Guide. Automated Export System (AES) AES is the system U.S. exporters use to electronically declare their international exports, known as Electronic Export Information (EEI), to the Census Bureau to help compile U.S. export and trade statistics.
What does no EEI 30.37 F mean?
Export of technology and software
NO EEI 30.37(f): Export of technology and software (as defined in EAR 15 CFR 772) that do not require an export license.
What does no EEI 30.40 D mean?
NOEEI 30.40(a) Office furniture, office equipment and office supplies shipped to and for the exclusive use of US Government employees. NOEEI 30.40(b) Household goods and personal property shipped to and for the exclusive and personal use of US Government employees.
What is an ITN number for FedEx?
Internal Transaction Number
You will receive the AES approval number (ITN – Internal Transaction Number), which you will need to enter on your air waybill or label prior to tendering the shipment to FedEx. If you need additional assistance, please call Customer Service for FedEx Express® package shipments at 1.800. GoFedEx 1.800.
How do I find my AES number?
This number can be obtained from the Census Bureau at 1-800-549- 0595, or visit our webpage for the Schedule B search tool and steps. * You also need to know if an export license is required (and if so, know the export license number.
Do I need an ITN number?
If any of the following are true, your package may require an ITN: The total value of goods contained in the package exceeds $2,500 (per Schedule B Export Codes at https://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/schedules/b/2014/index.html). Any of the goods contained in the package require an export license under U.S. law.
What does no EEI 30.40 B mean?
What is FTR 30.37 a?
30.37(a)-Exemption for commodities where the value of the commodities shipped from one USPPI to one consignee on a single exporting conveyance classified under an individual Schedule B Number or HTSUSA commodity classification code is $2,500 or less.
What is EEI 30.37 a?
Exemption for shipments valued at USD $2,500 or less per Schedule B/HTSUSA classification for commodities shipped from one USPPI to one consignee on a single export carrier on a single day.