Managing customs and global trade compliance represents a vital function for businesses that import and export goods around the world. With an evolving global trade regulatory landscape in an era of increasingly complex supply chain operations, companies will require strong global trade compliance processes and competent talent to keep the pace up. In terms of people, skills & capability still is the main constraint and significant talent gaps will greatly impact trade compliance function efficiencies.*
*Deloitte, customs and global trade management benchmarking survey report (2017)
Does your team have the competencies to manage import and export compliance requirements and approach potential duty and efficient savings considerations?
This course will give its participants an in-depth discussion & training on the rules and guidelines on international trade. This will have principles and vital areas on managing import and export processes to give its participants valuable insights to deliver better value and risk reduction in the trade compliance functions of their organizations.
· Better understanding of the rules and guidelines on international trade
· Evaluate key opportunities in your company's customs management functions and align to best industry practices on efficient compliance processes.
· Procurement/Sourcing and Supply Management Professionals
· Trade & Marketing Professionals
· Logistics & Distribution Managers
· Materials Managers
· Operations Managers
· Contract Managers
•Learn the basic procedures on Import and Export Laws, Rules and Regulations on International Trade
•To Identify the Strategies on prevent incidental Charges like, Storage, Demurrage & Detention
•Techniques how to Classify Goods and able to Compute Duties & Taxes
•Explore and discover the Flow of Total Logistics Operations & Customs Clearances, Penalties, in the BOC and the new CMTA RA-10863
•Mode of Transport
•Contract of Carriage & Insurance
•Export & Import Compliance
•Mode of Payments
•Classification of Goods, Duties & Taxes
•Customs Procedures & Operations
•Free Trade Agreements
•Parties involve Facilitating Int'l Trade (Carriers, NVOCC, IFF, Brokers)
•Charges Involved in International Trade
•CMTA (Post Audit, Fines, Seizure, Abandonment, etc.)
· PASIA Member: PHP 17,000 | USD 400
· Non Member: PHP 19,000 | USD 500
This 2-day training will be held on September 16, 2019 to September 17, 2019 at the Marriott Hotel, Philippines.
As for overseas attendees who are interested, the airfare cost to Manila around ASEAN region is approximately $500 (economy) while hotel accommodations ranges from $150 to $200 per day (Belmont Hotel/Holiday Inn). Assistance in hotel bookings can be made upon request.