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When it comes to international trade consulting, our knowledge and experience are in strong supply.

How do I know if my shipment needs an export license? What can I do to reduce supplier quality and delivery risks? I got a penalty notice from customs. Now what?

There’s no shortage of questions in the world of supply chain management and international trade compliance. Fortunately, the experienced team at Mohawk Global Trade Advisors has the answers. We work closely with you – and government agencies – to assist with international trade problems and questions. Bring us your toughest global trade challenges, and we’ll deliver solutions.

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Our advisors have the knowledge and experience to help you solve your toughest supply chain, international logistics, and trade compliance challenges.
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IATA International Air Dangerous Goods Certification

Price: $350.00

Date: March 27, 2019

West Henrietta, NY

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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations have incorporated the ICAO Technical Instructions with additional restrictions used when shipping hazardous materials by aircraft. Title 49 CFR specifies certain conditions and limitations that must be considered when transporting these substances by aircraft in the U.S. This course meets the regulatory training standards for all employees engaged in offering hazardous materials for intermodal transportation and focuses on the regulations applicable to the classification, packaging, marking, labeling, and documentation requirements for offering dangerous goods for transportation by air. IATA certification must be renewed every two years. Training includes testing and completion certificates, as well as continental breakfast and lunch. (7.5 MES/CES/CCS)

IMDG International Ocean Dangerous Goods Certification

Price: $350.00

Date: March 28, 2019

West Henrietta, NY

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This course covers navigating the IMDG code, including organization, structure, scope and applicability of the code, training requirements, security requirements, as well as definition, identification, and special requirements for marine pollutants. U.S. regulatory codes and international modal agencies now also require hazmat/dangerous goods employees to be trained in security awareness and to know their individual responsibilities within the mandated written security plans implemented by their employer. This certification must be renewed at least every three years, but renewal every two years is recommended because the IMDG regulations are updated every two years. Training includes testing and completion certificates, as well as continental breakfast and lunch. (7.5 MES/CES)

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