At BDP International, we work closely with our customers to provide them with efficient solutions so their goods can be imported and exported seamlessly.
BDP’s corporate compliance team will take you through the basics of these topics in this series of not-to-be-missed webinars. Open to all organizational departments and relevant for all employees, this complimentary webinar series will provide you with the training and information you need in order to gain a deeper understanding of these relevant topics.
1. All About Bonds
This session will offer a deeper understanding of bonded carrier entries, bonded warehouse, and other similar programs.
2. Filing your EEI Info into AES
Unsure what EEI and AES mean? We’ll cover the meaning of these terms in depth, in addition to what these mean in relation to your transactions and how to comply with specific requirements. We’ll also walk you through how to fill in the required information ahead of your shipment.
3. Country of Origin
If you need a reminder of how to identify a country of origin and a recap of relevant terms like substantial transformation, tariff shift and value-added rules, this webinar is for you. We’ll also cover origin determination for preferential tariff treatment under the Free Trade Act and proper country of origin marking.
4. The Sustainable Supply Chain
Did you know the transportation industry accounts for 15% of global greenhouse gas emissions? Learn how to make your supply chain solutions greener, for a more sustainable future.
5. ACE Portal
In this webinar, we’ll go over the functionalities of the ACE portal and how to use it to effectively to run your own reports.
6. Free Trade Agreements
This session focused on existing Free Trade Agreements to get you up to speed before the finalization of the Trade Pacific Partnership is not to be missed.
7. EU Export Controls and Sanctioned Countries
In this session, we’ll offer our expertise on government regulations designed to combat drug trafficking and terrorism and what exactly these EU export control regulations mean.
8. HS Code
We’ll offer a review on the need for the globally harmonized system (HS) and how it’s used by different countries as a basis for their own tariff classification system.
As an internationally recognized logistics company with a global client base, it’s a non-negotiable for our business to uphold high standards when it comes to our strategy and knowledge regarding the import and export of goods. Having a strong understanding of everything from determining country of origin to how to make your supply chain more sustainable is key to our compliance-driven business.