Gain a better understanding of the export process and compliance requirements.
Doing business globally is challenging as well as full of opportunities. Many businesses get involved in exporting with very little knowledge of costs, regulations, compliance requirements, and logistics. They put their faith in one of the various types of intermediaries to manage the exporting process and step out of the picture.
Unfortunately, the ultimate owner of responsibility for the export flow is the actual exporter not an intermediary. It makes sense to understand the service you are buying to ensure quality performance at a fair cost.
This material gives you the tools to understand the exporting process, the various cost factors, and compliance requirements. It enables you to understand the export and logistics terminology, to ask pertinent questions, and to negotiate more effectively. It is important to learn before you take on exporting. This content has a lot to teach you.
- You will be able to define the logistics and regulatory requirements of both the U.S. and the country of destination.
- You will be able to describe the exporting process.
- You will be able to identify the total cost to export a product from the U.S. to a foreign country.
- You will be able to discuss and use resources to successfully handle global shipments and compliance requirements.
This Live Webinar Covers These Hot Issues:
New Markets and Opportunities – It's a Big World out There
- Country Culture and Its Impact on Products, Materials, Packaging and Name
- Potential Ideas, Products, and Services for Overseas Markets
- U.S. Government Resources for Exporting Goods and Services – Linking With Opportunities
- Steps in Doing Business Internationally
- Intermediaries – Market Development
Exporting Ground Work – Knowing the Tools
- Commerce Control List
- U.S. Government Agency Licensing
- Export Control Classification Number
- Schedule B – Number
- Harmonized Tariff Schedule
- Shipper's Letter of Instruction
- International Commercial Terms
- Letters of Credit
- Documentary Credit
- Bill of Lading – House and Master
- Office of Foreign Assets
The Exporting Process
- Exporter of Record Responsibilities
- Import Requirements of Destination Countries
- Marking and Labeling
- Special Requirements
- The Freight Forwarder, Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier, Customers Broker
- The Export Flow Map
- United State International Trade Commission
- The Customs Border and Protection Agency
- U.S. Department of Commerce
- Code of Federal Regulations
- Bureau of Standards and Industry
Total Landed Costs
- Unit Price
- Logistics Costs
- Regulatory Costs
- Document Costs
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Marilyn Gettinger, New Directions Consulting Group
- Owner of New Directions Consulting Group
- Developer and presenter of programs that educate participants on how to improve supply and logistics processes
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on Supply Chain Management including Logistics, Supply Management Logistics, Inventory Management, Importing and Exporting
- Author of Supply Chain Management and Total Cost of Ownership
- Member of APICS and Director of Education of the Institute for Supply Management-New Jersey Affiliate
- Can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 908-709-0656