Zepol Launches U.S. Trade Compliance Tool

New product allows close monitoring of six U.S. Government compliance sources

Minneapolis—July 27, 2011— Zepol Corp. a trade intelligence company, released its newest product, ComplianceMonitor. This product allows users to closely monitor essential U.S. import trade compliance information to save time and money, and lower penalty risk. ComplianceMonitor tracks six U.S. government compliance sources:

• U.S. Census Bureau import trade statistics
• U.S. Customs and Border Protection rulings
• Antidumping (ADD) and countervailing duty (CVD) investigations
• ADD and CVD cases from the International Trade Administration (ITA)
• Tariff rate quota statuses from CBP
• Harmonized Tariff Schedule and tariff data from the International Trade Administration (ITA)

“The Zepol team has worked vigorously for over 12 months developing and implementing this product, ensuring it will be an essential tool for trade professionals,” said Paul Rasmussen, CEO & President of Zepol. “With the upcoming 2012 changes in HS codes and the increasing penalties facing companies, Zepol believes this tool will be highly utilized.”

ComplianceMonitor, created to complement TradeIQ and TradeView, gives subscribers quick and easy access to ‘Historical Reports’ for U.S. compliance data and ‘Update Reports’ each time new information is released. Users will stay up-to-date on U.S. duty and tariff rates, U.S. Customs rulings, antidumping and countervailing actions, quotas, and more. Zepol is thrilled to announce the launch of their newest product.

For more information, visit www.zepol.com