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The Logistics and Law of Exporting from the United States

Instructor: Daniel Gardner
Product ID: 704098
  • Duration: 60 Min

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This training program on the Logistics and Law of Exporting from the U.S. provides a comprehensive analysis of both the logistics and compliance considerations that are fundamental to developing successful U.S. export programs. It is ideal for people working in areas that include export sales, logistics, order management, accounting and trade compliance.

Why Should You Attend:

Competitively priced, high quality products are a great start to an effective export program, but there are many more variables in this truly global equation. Long-term success in overseas markets requires that companies combine product expertise with knowledge of landed costs, logistics management and regulatory compliance to create sustainable competitive advantage.

The Logistics and Law of Exporting from the United States takes a holistic approach to providing companies with the export know-how they need to maximize gross profit while improving customer service. If you are committed to growing exports in a compliant, client-centric and profitable manner, this webinar is a must attend for you.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the entire air and ocean U.S. export logistics process
  • Be able to determine a product’s true export gross profit
  • Establish knowledge of U.S. export compliance regulations
  • Be comfortable using the U.S. export administration regulations
  • Gain a clear understanding of the automated export system
  • Learn how to negotiate international freight rates with third party logistics companies

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Export Administration Regulations
  • Air vs. Ocean Transportation
  • Preparing Exports Quotes and Bids
  • The Automated Export System
  • Outbound Logistics and Landed Costs
  • Documentation Requirements

Who Will Benefit:

  • Exporters
  • Logistics and trade compliance professionals
  • International sales executives
  • Customs brokers
  • Freight forwarders
  • Airlines
  • Steamship lines
  • International banking personnel
  • Professors and students of global trade

Instructor Profile:

Daniel Gardner is the founder and president of Trade Facilitators, Inc., a Los Angeles-based supply chain consulting and training firm. Prior to founding TFI in 2007, Mr. Gardner spent 23 years in the third party logistics field where he held senior level positions with firms that include Exel Global Logistics and DHL Global Forwarding.

In addition to his professional experience, Mr. Gardner is an active adjunct professor of logistics and supply chain management at California State University Long Beach, Georgia Tech and Lehigh University. In 2002, he was recognized as the “Best Professor” in the Masters of International Business Program at Florida International University and in 2013 was chosen as the “Top Instructor” at the Center for International Trade & Transportation at Cal State Long Beach.

A native of Lynn, MA, Mr. Gardner holds an MBA from the University of Miami, is a licensed U.S. Customs Broker, has been certified by APICS in production and inventory management and is a Black Belt in Six Sigma. During his career, he has travelled to more than 40 countries, having lived in Colombia and Mexico for five years.

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