January 26 2017
Can you answer the following questions?
- What are your legal responsibilities for the accuracy of the Electronic Export Information (EEI) even if you use a freight forwarder?
- How do export regulations affect your business?
- Are you familiar with the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) and how do you report your export information?
- Do you know how to comply with the Bureau of Industry and Security’s (BIS) Export Administration Regulations?
- What are the red flags you should watch out for?
- Does your product require a license?
***Updated as of January 20, 2016: Be sure to read about the AESDirect transition to the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) single window platform!
One Day Seminar – Two Florida Locations to choose from :
Miami, FL on March 16, 2017 or Clearwater, FL May 23, 2017
The Census Bureau and port officers from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will offer an engaging day of learning. As of April 5, 2014, new export requirements were implemented that amended the regulations published in 2008. Census Bureau experts will cover these regulations and filing requirements of the FTR, as well as how to classify your commodities using the Schedule B classification requirements, and provide a thorough overview of the AES. CBP officers will cover port requirements and efforts against terrorism and international narcotics trafficking. Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) officers will highlight export control requirements.
What will be presented?
- Mandatory export filing requirements
- How to avoid common penalties and seizure of cargo
- Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) export control requirements
- How to classify your product by Schedule B number and Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCN)
- Best practices for maintaining compliance with export regulations
- AESDirect and Export Report features in the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE)
Who should attend?
All those involved in the export process: Freight Forwarders, Exporting Carriers, Consolidators, Compliance Software Providers, U.S. Customs Brokers, U.S. Principal Parties in Interest including Manufactures and Suppliers.
Seminar: Thursday, March 16, 2017
8:15 am – 5:00 pm
Registration 7:30 am
Breakfast and Lunch included.
To register click here!
(Please note: Deadline to register is Monday March 13th. No on-site registrations accepted.)
Location: University of Miami
School of Business Administration
1306 Stanford Drive
Coral Gables, FL 33146
For a list of nearby hotels click here!