It focuses on identifying the customers, such as the end users, distributors, and sales agents and examine the compliance procedures within foreign law justification.
Lastly, we address the sales documentation and other record-keeping compliance procedures that should be used by the exporter when dealing with customs for a particular logistics management training requirements for foreign business environment.
Objectives of the Presentation
Why Should you Attend
- What are the exporting preliminary procedures and documentations?
- What are the Export Administration Laws and Agent Intermediaries?
- How the Bureau of Export Administration procedures will have an effect on the exporter's Export Control and Licensed Officer
- What are the major control procedures that have an effect on how exporters operate their systems?
- What are the major exporting license criteria and how it affects record-keeping compliance?
- Explaining how to develop an Export Management System?
- Define and describe the compliance with foreign laws. Why is it considered an important aspect of the exportation process?
The exporter goods must establish supply chain management training and network in the foreign market to gain accessibility to intermediaries that will be selling their products to the users.
Therefore, the exporter must develop a plan that will address each element of exporting processes that includes market research of goods consumed and payment process for their sold goods. For this reason; the exporter must be aware of United States and foreign laws that are associated with exporting transactions.
For exporters who do not have a well-defined plan and implement procedures may have their distribution of goods delayed, fined and/or confiscated during exporting transaction process.
As a result, this export compliance training provides the exporter with procedural steps to determine which government agency has jurisdiction over their shipment of specified goods in accordance to the Bureau of Export Administration (BXA).
We will also discuss the role of the Office of Export Enforcement who is in charge of investigating the export control violations but also manages the Safeguards Verification Program that is connected with the export license application and how the exporter should verify the post-shipment disposition of their goods.
Lastly, we will address the export controls that are often used to impose security and reduce exportation risks, such as the short supply and technical data that may have dual-use application process but could properly manage and monitor by developing an Export Management System (EMS) to ensure that exporter is complying with the Export Administration Regulations (EAR).
Who can Benefit
- Company Executive Officer (CEO)
- Freight Forwarders
- Customer Brokers
- Transportation Risk Management Officers
- Import Distributors