Register for Thursday’s trade compliance webinar

Beth Pride of BPE Global and Melissa Harrington of Descartes will discuss how companies can keep pace with customs compliance, tariffs, sanctions and more.

Register for Thursday’s trade compliance webinar

Beth Pride of BPE Global and Melissa Harrington of Descartes will discuss how companies can keep pace with customs compliance, tariffs, sanctions and more.

Register for Thursday’s trade compliance webinar

Beth Pride of BPE Global and Melissa Harrington of Descartes will discuss how companies can keep pace with customs compliance, tariffs, sanctions and more.

 

   Registration is open for Thursday’s free American Shipper webinar “Trade Compliance and Round Up – Hot Topics & Digest,” which is sponsored by Descartes Systems Group.
    Beth Pride, president of BPE Global, and Melissa Harrington, sales director of content business for Descartes, will discuss in-depth how companies can keep pace with customs compliance, tariffs, sanctions and more.
    Pride will focus on Friday’s increased tariffs against China; how companies can take advantages of USMCA, NAFTA and other trade agreements; give practical advice about ways to manage new sanctions; and give an overview of the OFAC 50% Rule. Harrington will discuss the OFAC 50% Rule from an operational perspective; give a timeline for compliance for ACAS; talk about similar security on a global scale; and explain how technology can help manage and give visibility to compliance programs.
    Viewers also will be given the opportunity to ask Pride and Harrington questions.

   Click here to register for the webinar, which is scheduled for 2 p.m. EDT Thursday. Previous American Shipper webinars may be found here.

   

First-quarter Mexican trade volumes were slower than we had initially anticipated, but we now see solid growth for the rest of the year.

The Port of Virginia’s container volumes rose 10.1% year-over-year in May to 260,894 TEUs, which included 119,592 TEUs of loaded imports, 88,065 TEUs of loaded exports and 53,237 TEUs of empty containers.

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