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Introduction to International Logistics and Compliance (Savannah, GA)

 
 
 

Education Center: Georgia Tech - The Supply Chain and Logistics Institute
Date: 18 October 2017
City: Savannah, GA



Duration: 3 days
                  
This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the complexities of global trade, its impact on logistics, and key areas of concern for international logistics managers. Key topics are investigated such as: Incoterms, global trade compliance, harmonized tariff schedules, US import and export regulations, US Free Trade Agreements, and supply chain security. The course includes a tour of the Port of Savannah.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Operations managers of traffic, transportation, and/or warehousing
- Supply chain engineers and analysts
- Industrial engineers and systems analysts
- Supply chain and logistics consultants
- Transportation managers and engineers
- Import/Export analysts, supervisors, managers
- Compliance analysts, supervisors, managers

HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT
Upon completion of this course, you will have an understanding of:
- Structure & content of the HTSUS
- Classification of goods under the HTSUS
- Methods for valuing merchandise
- Types of Customs entries
- Special duty programs
- Commercial invoice requirements
- Multi-modal port operations
- Transportation security protocols
- Incoterms
- US Free Trade Agreements
 
 

 





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