Hahn Intl has been handling hunting trophies for many years through U.S. Customs and Fish & Wildlife. We take all the stress out of importing your trophies.
The biggest problem with importing hunting trophies is knowing what documentation you need or filling out the documentation correctly. This is where Hahn International comes in to help with all of the red tape.
With 46 years of experience we’ve been helping importers, buyers, sellers, taxidermists and the entire hunting community process these types of products through the entire process.
Did you know that hunting trophies must be cleared through U.S. Customs, U.S. Fish & Wildlife and U.S.D.A. upon arrival in the U.S.?
Trophies can be shipped to the U.S. fully finished and mounted or in an unfinished state via a dip and pack service.
But if the trophies are shipped unfinished, And include any unmounted horns or skulls they will be required to move to a USDA-approved taxidermist for re-dipping.
Some trophies/animals might require an import permit. We can help you determine if your particular piece would require one and we’d be happy to help you apply for one quickly and easily.
Speaking of permits, C.I.T.E.S. is the Convention on the International Trade of Endangered Species and protects nearly 5000 endangered animals.
If your trophy is protected under CITES, you will need to have additional import/export permits in place before the trophies are shipped. It is the hunter’s responsibility to acquire the necessary CITES permits but again, Hahn Intl will assist.
And last but not least, if you’re looking for an approved taxidermist, we can help you find one. We have answers to all these questions and more. Hahn Intl is your one-stop shop to service all of your needs.
Revised regulations that made many important changes to CITES regulations, including, but not limited to, permit validations, definition of a “hunting trophy” and made up articles.
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