Understanding Export Documentation and FTZ
U.S. Export Documentation & Procedures
Presented by Jan Seal
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 the most current information's
How to Take Advantage of Foreign Trade Zones and Bonded Warehouses
Presented by Douglas Cohen
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 re-exported. This tariff relief is designed to lower the costs of US-based operations engaged in international trade. Any company in any industry may apply to be a part of an FTZ. A bonded warehouse is a building in which dutiable goods may be stored, manipulated, exhibited without payment of duty. Companies must provide a customs bond to the government for the deferred duties.
This webinar will explore the uses of FTZs and bonded warehouses, how to set them up and operate them, and how to determine their practicality and effectiveness for your business.
Jan Seal is a Management Consultant on International Trade and a Licensed Customhouse Broker with over 40 yrs of experience in imports and exports. Ms. Seal is a frequent speaker/instructor at nation-wide seminars and webinars for international companies located around the world and international trade organizations. She is also a consultant for medium to multi-national companies on trade compliance. She has taught courses for Import Specialists at the U.S. National Customs Academy. She is the author of six books on various international trade topics. Her books are sold on Amazon.com. She received her BA Degree from California State University at Fullerton with a year of post-graduate work in Education at the University of California, Riverside. She received her MBA at California State University, Dominguez Hills, and is a member of Delta Mu Delta National Honor Society in Business Administration.
Douglas Cohen--For more than 20 years, Douglas Cohen has been at the forefront of international trade and transactions. With positions in private law practice, the US Department of Commerce, the European Union, IATA, and American Airlines, Mr. Cohen has developed significant expertise in import-export compliance, international negotiations, intellectual property, and Internet laws. At present, he is Senior Manager for Global Trade & Contracts at Worldwide Trade & Legal Associates, where he provides legal and strategic advice to organizations seeking to enter or expand foreign markets. Mr. Cohen has been asked to teach university courses and corporate seminars on international business and law in the US, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. He is the author of numerous publications on Internet law, international contract negotiations, intellectual property protection, and import-export operations and compliance.
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 bundle will assist US companies who export commercial shipments around the world by providing the most current information, it will also explore the uses of FTZs and bonded warehouses, how to set them up and operate them, and how to determine their practicality and effectiveness for your business.
The webinar format is 1-1.5 hours of audio-visual presentation, including a brief Q&A session.
This webinar bundle includes below 2 recorded webinars:
- Speaker: ALL BUNDLE COURSES
- Webinar Code: TRADE-CROSS-0001