Live webinar Country of Origin Marking for Imports/Exports

01:00 PM EDT | 10:00 AM PDT | 12:00 PM CDT Duration 90 Minutes

Webinar Includes : All the training handouts , certificate ,Q/A and 90 mins Live Webinar

"Hear By Jan Seal is a Management Consultant on International Trade and a Licensed Customhouse Broker with over 40 years of experience in imports and exports"

Exporters and manufacturers that ship goods to the United States will benefit by understanding U.S. marking regulations to properly mark their products before shipping them to the United States. In addition, U.S. exporters will learn more about marking rules for exports to other countries.

Description

Learn the regulations that apply to most goods imported into the United States with examples. In addition, learn more about country of origin marking for exports from the United States to other countries.

Why Should You Attend:

Every article of foreign origin entering the United States must be legibly marked with the country of origin unless an exception from marking is provided in the regulations/law. Goods can be detained by Customs before release if not properly marked. If goods are released and found to not be properly marked, they can be required to be redelivered to Customs custody. Failure to comply with the regulations can result in severe penalties to the importer. Importers in the United States will benefit by understanding the marking regulations and rules to avoid costly delays in delivering their goods and/or penalties. U.S. exports to other countries also require country of origin marking. Trade Agreements such as NAFTA have a different set of marking rules.
Exporters and manufacturers that ship goods to the United States will benefit by understanding U.S. marking regulations to properly mark their products before shipping them to the United States. In addition, U.S. exporters will learn more about marking rules for exports to other countries.

Areas Covered

•   Purpose of marking
•   Forms of marking
•   Special marking requirements on specific goods
•   Articles exempt from marking
•   Marking requirements for containers
•   Differences between non-preferential and preferential rules of origin
•   Marking Notices
•   Penalties for goods not properly marked
•   Best Practices for Import/Export Procedures

Who will Benefit

•   Importers,
•   Exporters, and
•   Manufacturers,
•   Departments such as:
•   Operations, Purchasing,
•   Accounting,
•   Shipping/Receiving,
•   Sales/Marketing, E
•   Engineering;
and Freight Forwarders/Customhouse Brokers, Consultants, in-house Attorneys

Industries who can attend

This 90-minute online course is intended for professionals in the Import and export Industry. Although not presently stated in the draft , the same guide could be used by FDA Regulated Industries personnel


Speaker Profile

Jan Seal

Jan Seal is a management consultant on international trade and a licensed customhouse broker with over 35 years of experience in imports and exports. Ms. Seal is a frequent speaker/instructor at nation-wide seminars and webinars for international companies and trade organizations. She is also a consultant for medium to multi-national companies on trade compliance. She has taught courses for Import Specialist at the U.S. National Customs Academy. She participated in a committee to develop NAFTA training lesson plans for customs in the U.S. and was one of the first trainers working in the U.S. government that offered training to federal government employees and the public on NAFTA.

She is the author of six books on various international trade topics which are available on Amazon. Two of them include: NAFTA Rules of Origin and Documentation; and, Tariff Classification Using the Harmonized Tariff Schedule.

She received her BA degree from California State University at Fullerton with a year of post-graduate work in Education at the University of California, Riverside. She received her MBA at California State University, Dominguez Hills, and is a member of Delta Mu Delta National Honor Society in Business Administration.

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