Foreign-trade zones (FTZs) and bonded warehouses are two of the most effective tools for manufacturers and importers to avoid, reduce or defer duties. An FTZ is a geographical area in a US port of entry, where merchandise can be loaded, handled, stored, manipulated, manufactured, and exhibited, without being subject to Customs duties. Duties are only accessed when the merchandise is taken out of the FTZ or ..
Companies are facing an ever more increasingly complex environment coupled with increasing marketplace volatility. This is causing companies to strive to be more flexible and responsive by streamlining both planning and execution. In addition, companies are attempting to conserve the use of their valuable resources. Instead of investing in products prematurely that then creates an inventory that may not be ..
What You Should Know About Export Requirements for FDA Regulated Products from the US to Foreign Countries
This training will provide an in-depth explanation of FDA-Regulated Products that were exported from the United States to Foreign Countries. Also, it will address what export documentation must be used in the transportation of FDA-regulated products. Then, it also will discuss the FDA procedures that exporter must comply to in order to meet the Modernization Act agreement. Lastly, it explains what local gov..
Manufacturing in Mexico as a maquiladora under the IMMEX program (formally known as the Maquiladora Program) can offer tremendous benefits for virtually any foreign manufacturer, especially those selling into the North American market. Established in 1965 by the Mexican government as a way to reduce unemployment along the borders, the maquiladora program offers foreign companies easy access to inexpensive l..
1. This is a Business Relationship a. You are representing your Company or Agency b. You’re First Priority should be to look out for the best interests of your Employer c. Your Vendor will be looking out for their best interests d. Avoid getting into a personal relationship with your supplier or their representative2. Coming to Terms with your vendor a. Make..
Moving From Generic To Spectacular: Recasting Your Lean Supply Chain From Efficient To Transformational!
This session by expert speaker Robert Sabath will discuss the real world realities of coping with and leveraging the new realities of supply chain management. We will, review changing roles and expectations, share case examples and discuss the tools, technologies, and techniques to support them. Bob will highlight the realities, but he will focus on the practical examples, many case studies, and adaptable l..
The Demand-Driven Adaptive Enterprise model is a management and operational model designed to enable enterprises to adapt to complex and volatile environments. The model utilizes a constant system of innovation and feedback between three primary components; a Demand Driven Operating Model, Demand Driven S&OP and Adaptive S&OP. A Demand-Driven Adaptive Enterprise focuses on the protection and promoti..
Non-tariff measures (barriers) are generally defined as policy measures other than ordinary customs tariffs that can potentially have an economic effect on international trade in goods, changing quantities traded, or prices or both (UNCTAD).Areas Covered Non-Tariff Barriers definition and objectiveDifference between a Direct and an Indirect NTBDirect NTB’s established by the Mexican ..
Government regulations are always in a stay of change and it is important for companies to be aware of those changes as well as current regulations on export procedures and documentation to be compliant and avoid penalties.This webinar will assist U.S. companies who export commercial shipments around the world by providing most current information on: Export procedures & regulations required..
Attendees will learn about the different elements that make up a standard procurement procedure. The topic will cover those looking to improve or change a current procurement policy or program and also for those starting from scratch. Attendees will learn about technical areas to include in structuring a new or improved procedure or program and then will follow along on a real case study involving creating ..
This training program will discuss why an effective export control program (ECP) consists of many processes that connect, intersect and overlap. It is vital that employees responsible for export compliance know the requirements of Title 15, CFR, Part 30 and the responsibilities of U.S. parties at the time of export.Areas CoveredForwarder and Carrier ResponsibilitiesRouted Export TransactionsEEI/AES Filing R..