The number and kinds of documents that the exporter must produce vary according to the destination and type of shipment. Free Trade Agreements are based on documentation. Because each country has its own set of import regulations, the exporter must take care to find out, what documents will be required for the shipment of goods to clear customs in another country. Discrepancies or omissions in documentation may result in delays, nonpayment, or even seizure of the exporter’s goods by the U.S. or foreign customs officials.
Topics will include the following:
- Common Export Documents
- Certificates of Origin and Special Export Documents
- Automated Export System (AESDirect)
Who should attend:
- Directors of operations
- Exporting officers
- Brent Rondon, Pitt SBDC
- Will Hooten, Penn State SBDC
- Bill Pearce, Widener SBDC
- Jason Given, Tax Managing Director, Trade & Customs
- Ed Schick, SBA Export Finance
- Jackie Pacheco, REN – PA Exports
- Rena Belshe
- LeeAnne Haworth, U.S. Commercial Service
Participants can also register by calling 412-648-1542 or email email@example.com.
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