November 2016 Newsletter
Global Training Center
Millennials in Trade Compliance
Throughout the year, here at GTC, we put on nearly 300 seminars and webinars in trade compliance. In polling our instructors, they confirm that we are seeing more attendees on the younger side and quite a few first-timers to the industry. Many of which, by the way, also fell into this line of work.
Global Trade Management Trends & Opportunities
The annual 2016 Thomson Reuters and KPMG Global Trade Management Survey revealed that while trade and supply chain departments worldwide are trying to keep up with the pace of change, the majority are still missing the systems and processes they need to thrive in this rapidly changing world.
Some Online Freight Service Providers Have
More to Offer
You may be thinking that if a freight service provider’s technology is good enough, people won’t add that much value, but the opposite is true. Even the best technology needs skilled people to support it. Here are a just a few areas where a service provider’s freight professionals can put technology to work and add value to your business.
Why Did The Chicken Not Cross The Border?
“Making NAFTA Relevant Again!” Canada’s Minister of Agriculture, Mr. MacAulay , has said that five Canadian companies have lost their certification to import chicken, stemming from another trade problem related to U.S. Imports.
ITC Requests Petitions for Temporary Suspensions
The U.S. International Trade Commission has announced the inaugural invitation for tariff suspension and reduction petitions under the new and improved administrative review process. In accordance with the legislative mandate, the Commission is soliciting such requests, with a submission deadline of December 12, 2016.
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