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Country of Origin Marking for U.S. Imports
This Country of Origin Marking for US Imports webinar will cover the requirements for marking imported goods and materials with the country of origin and conforming with U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) rules.
Why Should You Attend:
Every article of foreign origin (with some exceptions) is required to be conspicuously marked with the country of origin. U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) is the lead federal agency for enforcing this requirement, however, depending on the commodity imported the goods may also be subject to other marking requirements. This session will examine the marking requirements imposed by CBP and strategies for ensuring that goods purchased abroad are legally marked.
When a foreign consignment arrives on U.S. shores without proper country of origin marks it can be an expensive and time consuming proposition. It also damages your company's all-important reputation with U.S. Customs & Border Protection. This webinar will cover the requirements of marking imported goods and materials with the country of origin.
At the end of this webinar the speaker will answer your questions related to this topic.
- Why is country of origin marking important?
- How do we ensure that our suppliers and vendors meet this requirement?
- What happens when goods are found not to be legally marked?
Areas Covered in this Webinar:
This webinar will cover all aspects of CBP's country of origin marking requirements:
- Overview of the marking requirements
- What constitutes a conspicuous marking
- Strategies ensuring that suppliers meet the standard
Who will benefit:
- Customs or Trade Compliance personnel or Officers;
- Chief Compliance Officers;
- Logistics, distribution and transportation professionals;
- Other stakeholders or positions related to the global supply chain.
- Any U.S. importer
- New importers
- Companies who are currently considering importing
- As a refresher
Michael D. Laden, Mr. Laden is a recognized expert in the customs compliance and the supply chain regulatory environment. In addition to serving the two-term limit on the COAC (Commercial Operations Advisory Committee), he has served on the Board of Governors for the American Association of Exporters and Importers (AAEI) since 1988, and is a past Chairman. Mr. Laden has been a featured speaker on U.S. Customs and Border Protection and related matters before many national organizations. He travels extensively and has taught the fundamentals of importing to thousands of foreign suppliers and manufacturers worldwide.
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