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Mirja Nissen

Mirja Nissen
The newest member of the IBC team, Mirja Nissen has been working in the transport and logistics industry for over 20 years. She started her career at Lufthansa German Airlines, holding different management positions within the airline’s Cargo division in Chicago. Being located to Miami, she was put in charge of the carrier’s consulting firm’s regional Americas sales office. After leaving the airline industry Mirja Nissen spent some time in freight forwarding, where she held management positions in trade lane and business development. Her first encounter with eCommerce logistics has been during her time at DHL eCommerce, where she spent over 5 years in charge of cross border lane development covering postal as well commercial parcel shipment streams globally. As the managing director of eCommerce for WCA Ltd. she was overseeing the company’s eCommerce network, which is made up of small and mediums sized freight forwarders involved in eCommerce logistics. Her goal as well as the network’s intention was to establish its members as leaders in door-to-door delivery and eCommerce logistics excellence. IBC is a member of this network. Mirja will be based out of our Miami facility.
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A B2C hybrid postal solution for eCommerce traffic to Japan

Posted by Mirja Nissen on Sep 11, 2020 2:08:34 PM

With an eCommerce sales volume projected to reach US$104,514m in 2020, Japan is representing the third largest eCommerce market in the world, followed by China and the United States.

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Topics: japan ecommerce

CBP Enhances Accountability in E-Commerce through Ruling on Duty Exemptions for Low Value Shipments

Posted by Mirja Nissen on Sep 4, 2020 10:06:48 AM

As a result of this new administrative ruling, fulfillment centers and domestic warehouses are now recognized as the “one person” for any goods that have not been sold to a specific consumer at the time of importation; consequently those shipments now become eligible for Section 321 provisions.

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Topics: CFS, E-Commerce, ECCF, section 321, e-commerce parcel import usa, cbp section 321, Section 321 Entry Type 86, Section 321 Clearance, CBP, Customs Borkerage, USCBP