J-LIST: A specific list of articles which are exempted from the requirements of country of origin marking requirements. (19CFR134.33)
J.I.T.: Just in time. The principle of production and inventory control that prescribes precise controls for the movement of raw materials, component parts, and work in progress. Goods arrive when needed for production or use rather than becoming expensive inventory that occupies costly warehouse space.
JOINT RATE: A single rate applied to transportation services when two or more carriers share responsibility for transporting a shipment.
JUDICIAL REVIEW: A civil action filed in the United States Court of International Trade by a protestant after a protest has been denied in whole or in part. (19CFR174.31)