This training program will help attendees ensure their business is meeting the necessary retention requirements under Part 762 of the EAR. Export documentation is a tedious but necessary process that all exporters must pay close attention to, as documentation requirements vary considerably by country, commodity, and situation. Although exporters must fill out and submit many different forms for each international shipment, most require similar data elements and can be duplicated precisely from one document to the next.
Objectives of the Presentation
This webinar will include:
What records must be maintained
The form in which maintained
Where they are kept
Record retention period and much more
The webinar will also cover conversion to electronic recordkeeping, recordkeeping exemptions and penalties for failure to produce records.
Why Should you Attend
US export mandates several documents and include the required elements and provisions under the US export law. Other documents are utilized for material handling purposes and many include special provisions and requirements specific to the shipment. This webinar will detail documents your business will need in order to export successfully and the related laws and regulations mandating U.S. export recordkeeping requirements.
Key questions addressed in the session will include:
The U.S. law requires you to store all export documentation for a period of 5 years? But, do these documents need to be in hard copy or electronic format?
Issuing documentation is only the start. How do you store your documents?
Are you utilizing manual or paper storage methods or has your business advanced to electronic storage?
Commercial and Pro Forma Invoices
Bills of Lading and Packing Lists
Part 762 of the EAR - US Export Recordkeeping Requirements
An effective export control program (ECP) consists of many processes that connect, intersect and overlap. Shipping documents are the key to international trade. Documents outline the sale, shipment, and responsibilities of each party so that the full transaction is understood and complete without delay or additional costs. Although exporters must fill out and submit many different forms for each international shipment, export documentation ensures compliance with applicable regulations.
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Kimberly Daniels, a Licensed Customs Broker (LCB), has more than 10 years of professional experience in international logistics. She started as a logistics manager for a construction supplier, importing hundreds of containers per month for projects on and around the Las Vegas Strip. She later went on to assist small business owners with the importation and exportation of their goods as the freight director for an e-commerce fulfillment warehouse. She is currently the CEO of Mercantile Logistics & International Trade, Inc., a small business that focuses on the international trade needs of other small businesses. As a licensed and experienced customs broker, Kim is astute to the regulations imposed by the US Government for goods crossing the border. As a small business owner, she is keenly aware of the needs of small businesses to operate efficiently and effectively, creating her own programs to smooth costs for clients in providing required customs services. Kim believes that only by working together, rather than separately, can the client achieve their global expansion goals. Kim holds a Certificate in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD) from APICS.
Kim has obtained several degrees and certifications over the years. She is a certified Russian Linguist, and holds an Associates of Arts in Linguistics, earning Phi Theta Kappa Membership. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Humanities in 2005, and her Master of Business Administration in 2010, earning membership into the Golden Key International Honour Society in 2009. She was also awarded a Master of Science in Law (MSL) degree from Champlain University in Vermont in June 2017.