Customs Sample Clauses

Customs. The Parties shall establish cooperation in this area with a view to guarantee compliance with the provisions to be adopted in the area of trade and to achieve the approximation of the customs system of Bosnia and Herzegovina to that of the Community, thereby helping to pave the way for the liberalisation measures planned under this Agreement and for the gradual approximation of the customs legislation of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the acquis. Cooperation shall take due account of priority areas related to the Community acquis in the field of customs. The rules on mutual administrative assistance between the Parties in the customs field are laid down in Protocol 5.
Customs. 6.1. Bitmain shall obtain in due time and maintain throughout the term of this Agreement (if applicable), any and all approvals, permits, authorizations, licenses and clearances for the export of the Product(s) that are required to be obtained by Bitmain or the carrier under Applicable Laws.
Customs. Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (“C-TPAT”) compliance is applicable if any purchase order involves Goods or materials being exported to or shipped within the United States, either by Supplier or Alaris. Supplier will maintain membership in or security measures consistent with the requirements of the C-TPAT program. Certificate of membership or documentation that appropriate security measures are being implemented shall be provided to Alaris upon request. Alaris and its nominated representatives shall, subject to the reasonable business security requirements of Supplier, have the right to audit Supplier’s compliance with all of its obligations under this paragraph. (8) For any materials, goods or components thereof delivered to Alaris under any purchase order, Supplier shall provide to Alaris upon demand (i) certificates of origin or other statements regarding place of origin as reasonably required by Alaris, or as required by applicable rules of origin or other trade policies in effect; and (ii) proof of preferential status, if any, under applicable rules of preferential origin. Any Goods intended to be imported into the United States, must be marked, branded, or labelled, legibly in English words in such manner as to indicate the country of origin of such Goods. The respective labels must be placed in a conspicuous place on the relevant Goods or on the immediate container and the outer package in which the relevant Goods are imported. Any additional work to or material added to Goods in a country different from the one where the Good was manufactured must result in a substantial transformation of the Good in order to render such other country the “Country of Origin.” United States Customs Law makes compliance with these regulations mandatory. (9) Supplier shall comply with all laws, regulations and rules administered by any governmental authority, agency, regulatory body or other entity exercising regulatory powers or functions, including but not limited to the United Nations Security Council, the United States of America, the United States Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”), the United States Department of State, the European Union, the United Kingdom, Her Majesty’s Treasury, Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority or other sanctions authority, imposing trade, economic or financial sanctions or trade embargoes (“Economic Sanctions Laws”). Supplier agrees that it shall not, and shall not permit any third parties...
Customs. Upon Apple's request, Seller will promptly provide Apple with a statement of origin for all Goods and United States Customs documentation for Goods wholly or partially manufactured outside of the United States. To the extent that services will be provided in the United States and/or that Goods will be transported into the United States, Seller represents that either (a) it is C-TPAT certified by U.S. Customs & Border Protection, and will maintain that certification while providing services in, or transporting Goods into, the United States or (b) it will comply with the C-TPAT (Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism) security procedures that may be found on the U.S. Customs website at www.cbp.gov <http://www.cbp.gov> (or such other website that the C-TPAT security procedures may be moved to by the U.S. Government).