In-Transit Entry (I.T.)

Definition of "In-Transit Entry (I.T.)"
  1. A permit that enables foreign goods arriving at one port to be moved in a bond to a different port, where another legal document is filed
How to use "In-Transit Entry (I.T.)" in a sentence
  1. The shipping company utilized an In-Transit Entry (I.T.) to move goods from the arrival port to another port where duty taxes would be filed.
  2. The imported machinery was transported using an In-Transit Entry (I.T.) to the destination port.
  3. Without an In-Transit Entry (I.T.), transporting foreign goods between ports could be considered illegal.

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