Customs & International Trade: How well does your business understand the risks and opportunities in Asia?

Expand your horizons with customs and international trade know-how

17 - 18 September 2014
PWC Building, Room W28, Level 17, 8 Cross Street

Any professional involved in the cross–border buying or selling of goods is touched by trade compliance considerations. Whether employed in supply chain operations, planning, procurement, or finance, the failure to understand and plan around import/export regulatory requirements can lead to unanticipated costs and a lot of wasted time. Product delays, stock-outs, emergency shipments, additional warehousing costs, and customs penalties are all common consequences of compliance failures.

To equip business professionals with the ability to take a more informed and pro-active role in the managing customs and trade risk in Asia Pacific, we will cover the following topics during this two-day workshop:

  • Recognising and monitoring customs and trade “hot spots” throughout the supply chain
  • Introduction to customs valuation, classification, and FTA compliance
  • Understanding the trade compliance roles and responsibilities of the various business functions, LSP, and customs authorities
  • Essentials of customs rules and procedures in Asia Pacific
  • Identifying opportunities for duty savings and cash-flow improvement across the region

When: 17 to 18 September 2014 (9am to 5pm)
Where: PWC Building, Room W28, Level 17, 8 Cross Street S048424, Singapore
Fee: S$980 (includes GST, refreshments and course materials)

 

For further information and to register, please contact Serene Png at +65 6236 7316 or by email.