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Incoterms are an important aspect of international sales, and it is vital to understand the implications of using each term. They clearly define which party is responsible for the costs, risks, delivery, and obligations associated with goods en route to their overseas or domestic destination. Knowing your Incoterms, and carefully negotiating the right one for you, means having greater control over your supply chain.
C-TPAT Overview of Certification Requirements
This webinar features a newly updated overview of the C-TPAT program and guidelines to assist in achieving C-TPAT certified status. Some benefits of being C-TPAT certified include reduced Customs inspections, reduced border delays, entitlement to a CBP account manager, and more.
The Data Dance: Understanding the Requirements and Best Practices for CBP Compliance
Examinations by CBP are increasing in both frequency and complexity and can be expensive and disruptive to the supply chain. How does CBP make a determination whether or not to examine cargo? What can a US importer do to reduce the likelihood of an exam?
2013 Regulatory Outlook
Global security, foreign trade agreements, duty deferral, and regulatory compliance are some of the predominant highlights of this webinar. Deringer partners with Sandler, Travis, & Rosenberg, PA to provide a comprehensive perspective of the 2013 regulatory environment.
Incoterms are an integral component of any international sale. They clearly define which party is responsible for the costs, risks, delivery, and obligations associated with goods en route to their overseas or domestic destination. On January 1, 2011, the International Chamber of Commerce released the new edition of Incoterms®, called Incoterms® 2010.