Date(s) - 03/14/2024
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Most exports from the U.S. require the filing of the Electronic Export Information (EEI) through the Automated Export System. Not filing, late or inaccurate filings can mean significant fines and penalties.
Although in the case of a “Routed Shipment” the buyer may have responsibility for the filing, the seller always has either the actual obligation to file or ensure the filing is correct. In many cases the Freight Forwarder will file on behalf of the USPPI or the buyer when it is a routed transaction. When a Freight Forwarder files, they take on the responsibility for proper filing basedon information provided by the USPPI.
Please note that a morning program will be offered on the same day, dealing with Export Controls under ITAR and the EAR.
You have the option of signing up for either program, or you can attend both at a discounted rate.
1. Learn who is responsible for filing
2. When to file
3. Proper information to file
4. How to avoid common errors
5. What to do if a filing has to be corrected
6. How to file when an export license, exemption or exception is used
7. What steps to take if a freight forwarder files on your behalf
Who Should Attend?
- Anyone in your company who is responsible for filing
- Anyone who coordinates with a freight forwarder who files on your behalf or on
behalf of the buyer
Bob Imbriani has been in the international/domestic transportation and logistics field for over four decades. He has held various senior executive positions with major U.S. Customs brokers/freight forwarders. He is currently Executive Vice President, International for Team Worldwide. Mr. Imbriani is a well-known speaker and educator in the areas of trade compliance, contract negations, transportation, logistic/supply chain solutions, customs brokerage, trade development and financial services. He is an adjunct professor in these areas at Baruch College and Pace University in New York.
Int'l Trade Seminar Series
This program is part of our International Trade Seminar Series which consists of 5 full day training events
Discounted rates for those who sign up for all five sessions are available
(virtual options are available)
THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE COVERED
Export Documentation and Procedures
February 15, 2024
Exports Controls under ITAR and the EAR &
Filing of the Electronic Export Information
March 14, 2024
Classification under the Harmonized System &
the Basics of Importing
April 4, 2024
International Payment Terms and Letters of Credit
& Pricing your Products for Exports
May 9, 2024
Taking Advantage of US Free Trade Agreements &
International Contracts and Distributor Agreements
June 4, 2024