The TRG Trade Spotlight Reaches Two Years In Circulation

Top Quote Trade Risk Guaranty (TRG) launched an International Trade Ezine known as the TRG Trade Spotlight in August of 2008. After two years in circulation that company continues to release this popular series of articles. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) August 13, 2010 - Bozeman, MT - Trade Risk Guaranty Brokerage Services LLC (TRG), is proud to announce that the company's Ezine known as the TRG Trade Spotlight has reached two years in circulation. The free monthly article is offered to subscribers via email and is also available at

    The articles feature changes in U.S. Customs Regulations, a highlight of companies involved in U.S. trade facilitation and an array of need to know information for U.S. importers.

    Past publications include:

    □ Customs Correspondence: Can CBP find you?
    □ Cargo Risks: Are your shipments insured?
    □ 5 Tips to Help you Avoid Importer Security Filing Penalties
    □ Import/Export Recordkeeping Best Practices
    □ The Hurdles of Anti-dumping
    □ Deciphering Your Customs' broker's bill

    Archives of all past TRG Trade Spotlight articles are available here

    "Since the beginning we have received a great response from our readers. Our customer base spans over 6,500 small, medium and large importers. The topics we choose to write about effect the majority to all of our clients and they appreciate us sharing the wealth of information at our fingertips," stated Jena Leary, Marketing Director for TRG. "We'll never run out of useful topics with the amount of change that consistently shakes the industry!"

    About TRG:
    TRG is an import solutions provider marketing its products directly to the importer. These products include U.S. Customs import bonds, shipping insurance (freight insurance) and direct filing of U.S. Customs entries and Importer Security Filing. Trade Risk Guaranty (TRG) Brokerage Services LLC is a licensed insurance agency, having agency agreements with Hanover Insurance Company of Worcester, Massachusetts, and Great American Insurance Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, both of which are insurance companies approved by the Department of the U.S. Treasury to issue U.S. Customs bonds.

    Jena Leary, Marketing Director

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