Posts Tagged ‘ imports ’

Customs Provides Guidance for Aluminum Import Requirements

Mar 20th, 2023

After the U.S. hit Russia with a 200% tariff on all imports of aluminum in recent weeks, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (Customs) issued guidance for companies importing aluminum and aluminum derivative products, tracing their origins. Guidelines require companies to report the countries of smelt and cast for aluminum articles, including, among other items, profiles, plates, […]

Russia Hit with 200% Tariffs on Aluminum Imports

Mar 1st, 2023

The White House announced a 200% tariff on all imports of Russian-made aluminum to strip Russia of international trade privileges, officials said. The aluminum tariffs are in addition to increased tariffs on 100 Russian metals, minerals and chemical products worth around $2.8 billion. White House officials say the U.S. will also significantly increase costs for […]

NLBMDA Applauds Decision Lifting Steel and Aluminum Tariffs on the United Kingdom

Mar 25th, 2022

Earlier this week, the National Lumber and Building Material Dealers Association (NLBMDA) applauded the government’s decision to ease tariffs in place on steel and aluminum imported from the United Kingdom (U.K.). NLBMDA released the following statement: “NLBMDA is pleased to see the Biden Administration taking steps to alleviate the current tariffs on British steel and […]

Court Sends Anti-Dumping Decision Over Thresholds Back to Commerce

Sep 3rd, 2020

Note: The following article was updated on September 8, 2020, after [DWM] received additional info pertaining to the court’s decision, including a separate memo regarding Columbia Aluminum Products LLC. The U.S. Court of International Trade sided with Columbia Aluminum Products LLC (Columbia) and Worldwide Door Components Inc. (Worldwide) recently in two separate decisions, demanding that the […]