Reforma a la Ley General de Aduanas: Implicaciones, Oportunidades y Riesgos
Algunos Temas: Nuevas regulaciones sobre control aduanero, sistemas de control no intrusivo, cierre de negocios, entre otros. Reformas relacionadas con facilitación del comercio (OEA, pago diferido, mercancías importadas en leasing, etc.). Cambios en materia de sanciones para importadores y auxiliares de la función pública.
The ACE Portal Modernization is underway, yet it is the legacy portal that is the primary source for information that allow traders to monitor their transactional activity. The portal’s full capabilities can be difficult to extract, so we will provide tips and tricks for working with your company’s data within the portal, demonstrate how to run and modify reports, and show how to use the ACE system to augment your auditing work. Please bring your laptop so you can sign in to ACE and practice with your own company’s data.
Minimizing duties is one of the fastest ways to bring financial returns to a company's bottom line. Duty minimization strategies such as the use of TIBs, MPF Management, Drawback, Free Trade Agreements, and Foreign Trade Zones save real money during the import process, but the concepts remain complex, misunderstood, and misapplied. Improper use of Incoterms can also contribute to surprise costs. We will discuss how duty minimization strategies work and how certain tactics might apply to your business. We will close with a discussion of how the 2020 version of Incoterms can be used to your company’s benefit.
Ready to take control of your supply chain? Real-time, in-transit visibility is the first step. Rather than waiting for someone to physically search for your freight to give you an update, placing a sensor directly on your cargo can automatically provide you information about where it is and whether it’s safe. Join Expeditors as we host a webinar with Cargo Signal to learn about sensor-based logistics and how it can bring transparency to your supply chain.
What sensor-based logistics will enable you to do now:
See exactly where your cargo is with single use devices that don’t require reverse logistics
Connect with carriers in real time to stop theft
Identify if your freight is stationary when it shouldn’t be
Join Expeditors’ panel of Project & Energy Cargo experts as they share real-world case studies and discuss best practices to succeed in moving Project or Specialized Cargo that doesn’t fit on standard conveyance.
As the North American Automotive market is trying to find its footing again, we must continue to focus on the north and southbound material flow at the border between the U.S. and Mexico. Several developments impact our ability to efficiently process your shipments across the border. These developments range from economic (demand fluctuations, driver availability, fuel prices, etc.) to political (e.g. increasing border inspections into Texas) and to regulatory (USMCA, Complemento Carta Porte, Aviso de Cruce, etc.). The focus of this webinar will be on how to address the regulatory issues. There is a strong expectation that sourcing for North American vehicle production supplies will shift (to a degree) from Asia to Mexico. As this trend continues, the importance of a smooth border-crossing process becomes even more critical. This webinar will enable you to gain a deeper insight into the current situation at the Southern Border, as well as an opportunity to identify areas where service providers can play a crucial role in further assisting you with facilitating cross-border traffic. We look forward to welcoming you to the webinar on July 27!
No toda la carga puede ni debe caber en un medio de transporte estandarizado. Únase al panel de Expeditors de expertos en cargas proyecto y energía para analizar diversos factores de equipos, rutas y tiempos que debe tener en cuenta al planificar el envío de una carga proyecto o especializada. Las buenas prácticas de nuestro equipo y los estudios de casos del mundo real le proporcionarán las herramientas necesarias para tener éxito.