Updated regulations, changing enforcement and the advancement in new technologies is impacting global trade at an accelerated rate. What is the impact on your company and what are your next steps to build your global compliance strategy for 2023?
Join the discussion on how current trends in customs regulations, transportation, infrastructure and port management, direct material supply chains and legislation that is changing the role of supply chain and trade compliance professionals. We will spotlight the impact of the 21st Century Customs Framework, transportation bottlenecks, and tackling environmental, social and corporate governance programs.
You will learn:
- How the 21st Century Customs Framework is reshaping the supply chain and the role of customs brokers and freight forwarders with importers and exporters
- Why Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is seeking more data from non-traditional players in the market and how that will impact your company’s liability.
- How CBP is increasing enforcement on correct reporting of the COO for imports and exports
- FMC plans to amend carrier conduct rule
- Cybersecurity attacks – when to contact CBP
- 19 CFR 111 updates – how to Develop your responsible supervision plan
Suzanne Richer, CHB, CCLS™, PCQI
Director, Global Trade Academy, e2open
Founder of the Global Trade Academy, and now part of e2open. Suzanne is a global supply chain SME, specializing in international trade regulations. Ms. Richer has extensive experience in advising corporations on Forced labor, Focused Assessments, CTPAT cargo security applications and validations for becoming a Trusted Trader throught the CTPAT Trade Compliance program.
She has authored fourteen books on international trade topics and has conducted training throughout the USA and internationally in over 25 countries. An innovator in developing training programs, she can be reached at Suzanne.Richer@E2open.com.