Amber Road is excited to sponsor the NCBFAA Global Trade Educational Conference on August 3 – 4 in Chicago. This conference is designed for customs brokers, freight forwarders, NVOCCs, OTI, service providers, importers, exporters and global logistics professionals and will feature industry developments, networking opportunities and opportunities to ask your most pressing global trade questions.
On the first day of the conference, Suzanne Richer, Director of Amber Road’s Trade Advisory Practice, will discuss tough classifications questions during a presentation entitled “Harmonizing Your Global Classification Code and Properly Documenting It.” Discover which classification system you should be using in various scenarios, and then learn how to defend your decision to any customs agency in the world.
The next day, Amber Road’s Scott Lewis, Director of Sales, will discuss how to learn more about your customers by learning how to properly screen for restricted parties in a transaction in a presentation entitled, “CES Session: Embargoes and Sanctions/ Red Flags.” Learn about which tools are available to you from both the government and private sector and in which situations you should use each in this informative session.
Don’t miss these exciting sessions! The NCBFAA Global Trade Educational Conference is sold out for 2015, but you can get on the waitlist. Sign up today to learn from federal, state and industry experts about the biggest issues facing you and your business!
Want to learn about which criteria you should consider when implementing a restricted party screening solution? Check out the white paper, Six Best Practices to Improve Compliance with a Restricted Party Screening Solution.
This post was published on July 24, 2015 and updated on July 24, 2015.