Routed Export Transactions - Albany
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
09:00 - 10:30 a.m.
When a foreign buyer controls the transportation of U.S. exported goods, the shipment is considered a routed export transaction. Since the U.S. government heavily monitors these “high risk” shipments, exporters must be particularly vigilant about complying with regulatory requirements for these types of transactions. (1.5 CES/MES credits)
You will learn
- how to identify a routed export transaction
- roles/responsibilities of those involved in routed exports
- mitigating and aggravating factors for violations
- exporter obligations for licensing, AES filing, and recordkeeping
This seminar includes continental breakfast. Space is limited, so please register by 9/17 to reserve your seat.
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9:00am Training begins
For groups of 2 or more, each participant is eligible for a 10% discount. Certain terms and conditions apply. See this page for more details.
This seminar has been certified by the National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA) for 1.5 Certified Export Specialist (CES) and Master Export Specialist (MES) credits. Click here for more details.
Jim Trubits, MGTA
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