ACE & International Documentation Seminar


In 2016 they will be phasing out the old legacy AES system for exporters. It will become mandatory to use then new ACE system for filing of the EEI for exporters (as well as using ACE for import filings). How many times have you just filled out a document not knowing what all the required fields meant and copied it from a prior document simply because that has always been how things are done? Have you ever been told that your shipment is “stuck” in customs because of lack of information or a document that is missing or not filled out correctly? How many times has your company been charged for unnecessary “documentation” fees or held up on a shipment because the documents had to be corrected? If you just want to make sure you are filling things out correctly or you have questions, problems or delays due to
documentation problems this training program is a must for you.

Program overview

This program will help you understand when and how you should be filing out certain international documents for exporters listed below. We will go through each document, step by step, and you will know where to go and what to look for in your own documents to be able to fill them out accurately and know when they are required. Many companies are exposing themselves unnecessarily to shipment delays, Customs audits and demurrage charges because there is incomplete or inaccurate documentation for the shipment. Why not learn what documents you should be filling out and how to do so accurately so you can keep your customers, distributors and company ahead of schedule?

Topics covered

  • Learn how to use the new and soon to be mandatory ACE system for filing of EEI’s for exporters.
  • Understanding Commercial invoices, packing lists, EEI’s, Certificates of Origin. Knowing when they are required and going step by step on how to fill out each them.
  • What other documents can be used to reduce delays, eliminate demurrage and shorten your product cycle.
  • Understanding what a DCS statement is and why you should have it all on domestic and export commercial invoices.
  • NAFTA Certificates of Origin’s – Common errors, when you should/ shouldn’t fill one out.

Seminar Location & Date (webinar option available)

Wednesday, April 13th 2016

8:30am -4:30pm

Location: University Center

4801 N Career Ave

(building by the flag pole)

Sioux Fall, SD

 

Seminar Registration

Click here to register for the seminar


Questions?

Contact Cinnamon King (605) 330-4265 or Cinnamon.King@trade.gov


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