What does “Ultimate Consignee Type” mean?
A new element has become a requirement for AES filing. Per 15
CFR 30.6 (a) (28), exporters will need to provide the business
function of the ultimate consignee most often applies. The
Final Rule became effective April 5, 2014. Please note that
there is a 180 days Informed Compliance phase in on the new
requirements; so no enforcement penalties until October 2, 2014.
Here are the definitions of each of the functions:
Direct Consumer ( D ) - A non-government institution, enterprise
or company that will consume or use the exported good as a
consumable, for its own internal processes, as an input to the
production of another good or as machinery or equipment that is
part of a manufacturing process or a provision of services and
will not resell or distribute the good.
Government Entity ( G ) - A government-owned or
government-controlled agency, institution, enterprise or
Reseller ( R ) - A non-government reseller, retailer,
wholesaler, distributor, distribution center or trading company.
Other/Unknown ( O ) - Other/Unknown is an entity that does not
fall under one of the other three ultimate consignee types, or
whose type is not known at the time of export.
Used Self-propelled Vehicles from US
Change to US Export Regulations
The CSCB has received several inquiries from members regarding a
change to U.S. export reporting for used self-propelled
vehicles. The CSCB has looked into this issue and is now able to
offer the following clarification.