Export Documentation, Shipping & Insurance

  • 05 Apr 2018
  • 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Geotech Building, 2650 East 40th Avenue, Denver, CO 80205


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Course Description
Local experts provide in-depth review and real-world examples on the following topics: introduction to and review of basic export documents, how the documentation process affects payment and customs clearance, export regulations/compliance, classifying your merchandise under the Schedule B, the role of a freight forwarder, the importance of cargo insurance, letters of credit, temporary exports, and the Automated Export System (AES).

Recommended For
Personnel who work for companies exporting from the USA; including logistics, legal, financial, sales, and management departments.

Prior Knowledge
It is recommended that you attend Incoterms before pursuing this course. If you can not attend the Incoterms course in-person, it is also available to take anytime online here.

Roy Becker, Roy Becker Seminars
Roy has over 30 years experience working in the international departments of several banks, where he assisted importers and exporters with the intricate banking needs associated with international trade. After 34 years in the corporate world, Roy made the decision to take his expertise beyond banking and provide training to other around the country who are involved in international trade.

James Ferry, MillerCoors

James has a wide variety of business experience, both in international trade and otherwise.  He worked for a Licensed Customs Broker for many years before moving to MillerCoors.  At MillerCoors, James is the Trade Compliance Manager, overseeing the import and export compliance functions of the large global business.

Credit Hours
This training counts for 4 hours toward a Certificate in International Trade.

Cancellation Policy
Refunds will be granted up to 3 business days before the class is scheduled to begin. Registrations are transferable up to 1 business day before the class is scheduled to begin.