Why Sales Should Never Be In Charge of Export Compliance

Trade compliance is not always about keeping the customer happy. Yes I agree, all businesses should strive to meet or exceed customer expectations. However if the customer’s needs lead to errors or omissions to the regulations, then the compliance officer needs to halt the transaction.  Never leave compliance solely up to your shipping company, you… Continue reading Why Sales Should Never Be In Charge of Export Compliance

Top ten immediate actions for new DDTC Registrants

 Export Compliance Implementation Plan Immediate Actions Assure that all exports are accurately classified and the export control documents contain the proper destination control statement, this includes Bill of Lading, Airway Bill, Commercial Invoice, Packing Slip. All items (commodities, technology, and software) shall be classified in order to determine jurisdiction (ITAR OR EAR), and with specific… Continue reading Top ten immediate actions for new DDTC Registrants

Great Video By Peter Quinter

For those who want an insight to the upcoming trends in 2015, watch this excellent video by Peter Quinter, Chair of the Customs & International Trade Law Group: vimeo.com/115221421   Subscribe to AEI’s mailing list * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name