Export Compliance Workshop 2019

April 18, 2019
Early Bird Rate Until March 29: $125, After March 29: $175

This full-day workshop is packed full of immediately useful guidance and best practices to help U.S. exporters meet required export compliance obligations. Upon completion of this program, you will be aware of the new export security requirements for all exporters. You will have an 11 point checklist to guide you to full compliance on every export. You will become aware of the required 7 lists that must be checked on all exports, and understand what common red flags mean to you. Program recipients will review the 5 questions that you are required to know about your customer in every export transaction and discuss strategies on how to implement these into your organization. Presented by Mike Allocca, one of the nation’s leading experts on U.S. export and import compliance — back by popular demand!

Export Compliance for U.S. Exporters
Thursday, April 18th, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Topics covered include:

Using due diligence-reviewing the 7 lists of denied parties and sanctioned countries.
Knowing your customer – asking these 5 questions to understand common red flags.
Terms of sale vs. terms of payment – using the correct incoterm.
Country specific requirements –Legalization, pre-shipment inspection, wood packaging.
Export documentation – what you are required to fill-out and retain.
How to determine if an export license is required, do your products qualify for NAFTA treatment? Is your HTS # correct?, where do you find this information?
Insurance, packaging, record- keeping- strategies and responsibilities.
FCPA- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act- how does this affect me?
Who should attend: Traffic managers, purchasing managers, plant managers, shipping/receiving personnel, compliance officers, ISO managers, sales managers/department personnel, customer service managers, anyone involved/concerned with export compliance.

This full day training is eligible for (6) NASBITE-CGBP Re-Certification CEU’s.

Mike Allocca, professional export education instructor, President of Allocca Enterprises, and past Chair of the National District Export Council’s Outreach and Education Committee.

Based on the overwhelmingly positive feedback, we are pleased to bring Mr. Allocca’s expertise back to the local business community. With some 20-years of freight forwarding, customs brokerage and compliance experience, you will find his practical instruction immediately beneficial to your daily work, and his presentation style engaging. Biography and additional information at www.alloccaenterprises.com.