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JAS Forwarding (USA), Inc.

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Atlanta GA, 30328
United States
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2017 G-TEC! Don't Miss Out!
July 11, 2017

Are you registered for G-TEC 2017?  The NCBFAA Educational Institute is proud to invite all global logistics professionals to the 3rd Annual Global Trade Education Conference (G-TEC).  This two-day event in Long Beach, CA will give customs brokers, freight forwarders, NVOCCs, service providers, importers, exporters and all global logistics professionals an opportunity to update themselves on industry developments.

The two-day event will be August 7-8 in beautiful Long Beach, CA and will give customs brokers, freight forwarders, NVOCCs, OTI, service providers, importers, exporters and all global logistics professionals an opportunity to update themselves on industry developments concerning these topics:

  • Tariff Engineering: How to Do it Properly
  • Documentation for Export Compliance (Proper Use of SLI, etc.)
  • PGA Update: Reporting Process in ACE (FDA, CPSC, etc.)
  • Embargoes and Sanctions: Update on Cuba, Iran, North Korea, etc.
  • Self-filing vs. Broker Filing, Challenges, Similarities, etc.
  • End User Verification Best Practices
  • Making FTZ, Bonded Warehouses, and ATA Carnets Work For You
  • Export Licensing Strategies for Better Compliance
  • Forced Labor Laws: What Does It Mean For You?
  • How to Handle US Export Agency Government Outreach & Company Visits
  • Reconciliation Entries in ACE
  • Best Practices to Avoid Unexpected Costs in International Trade (Demurrage, etc.)
  • Tools and Techniques for Internal Audits
  • INCOTERMS: A Case Study
  • Mastering HTSUS and Schedule B Classifications
  • Building a Successful Compliance Program & Team
  • Customs Bond Insufficiencies and Ensuring Compliance with CBP
  • Communicating with CBP before the Crisis
  • Duty Drawback Simplification / Adapting Your Procedures
  • Using ACE Reports: An Update

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Latest News

An announcement was published on July 29, 2020 that user fees within the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) will take place effective October 1, 2020.  The minimum merchandise processing fee will change from $26.79 to $27.23 and the maximum will change from $519.76 to $528.33.  The ad valorem rate of 0.3464% will not change.  Additional user fees are also increasing.

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative has announced that 14 products from the Section 301 exclusion list scheduled to expire July 31st will continue to be excluded through December 31, 2020.  Additionally, there are other products on the list that expired on July 31st.  Comments are currently being accepted for three sets of exclusions that are scheduled to expire October 2, 2020.  Comments can be submitted by clicking HERE

On July 14, 2020, the President signed an Executive Order that requires Hong Kong to be treated as the People’s Republic of China (PRC) for the purposes of the Arms Export Control Act (AECA).  Hong Kong is now considered to be included in the entry for China under section 126.1(d)(1) of the ITAR and therefore subject to a policy of denial for all transfers subject to the ITAR.  The U.S. government is taking this action because the Chinese Communist Party has fundamentally undermined Hong Kong’s autonomy and thereby increased the risk that sensitive U.S. items will be illegally diverted to the PRC.

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