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Export Compliance Poster

Promote a pro-compliance culture at your company with this free poster, courtesy of the Bureau of Industry & Security.

The poster reminds staff of the need to be vigilant when dealing with export transactions, eluding to questions that should be asked as part of a red flags check.

We’ve added form fields to the poster so that you can enter details for your internal export compliance contact before printing.

Post the sign in several places throughout your office for the maximum benefit.

Export Compliance Poster [PDF]

 

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CBP Announces US-Mexico Mutual Recognition Agreement

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Customs and Border Protection (CBP) recently announced the establishment of a mutual recognition agreement between Mexico and the United States, as of October 17, 2014.

A mutual recognition agreement between the U.S. C-TPAT program and another country—in this case Mexico’s Tax Administration Service (SAT)—certifies that the foreign customs program’s requirements and regulations are similar to those of C-TPAT, and produces benefits for companies operating in mutually recognized countries.

In particular, the US-Mexico mutual recognition agreement provides for increased cooperation between C-TPAT and SAT’s New Certified Companies Scheme (NEEC), the Mexican equivalent to C-TPAT.

Mutual recognition between the U.S. and Mexico allows processes pertaining to importing and exporting between the two countries to become more simplified. Imports and exports exchanged between the U.S. and Mexico are subject to the following benefits as a result of the mutual recognition agreement:

  • Faster validation process
  • Fewer exams of cargo
  • Common security standards
  • Higher levels of customs efficiency
  • Front-of-the-line processing
  • Marketability

Additionally, the U.S. has mutual recognition agreements with the following supply chain security programs: New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Korea, Jordan, the European Union, Taiwan, and Israel.

For information on how to allow C-TPAT to share company information with SAT, and to read CBP’s original publication regarding the US-Mexico Mutual Recognition Agreement, click here.

By Abby Frank, Consulting Coordinator

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Canceled: Robert Stein to Speak in Watertown, NY on Nov 19

This event has been canceled and will be rescheduled for another date.

MGTA’s Robert Stein will speak on November 19 at a half-day seminar on import compliance at the Comfort Inn & Suites in Watertown, NY. The seminar is sponsored by Jefferson County Economic Development and Mohawk Global Trade Advisors.

Importing 101
November 19, 2014
9-11:30 AM
Comfort Inn & Suites, 110 Commerce Park Drive, Watertown, NY
Price: Free

Keeping up with importer rules and regulations is a lot like walking through a minefield. The wrong move can have dire consequences. Get in-the-know by getting a grip on the right way to handle import compliance during this half-day seminar.

This workshop will cover:

  • The role of classification and valuation
  • How to spot the most common invoice errors
  • Must-haves for any free trade agreement claims
  • The ins-and-outs of import marking

There will also be plenty of time for Q&A on issues of specific concern to your company.

About the Speaker

Robert Stein

Robert Stein
Vice President, Mohawk Global Trade Advisors
Click here to read more about Robert.

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