AES Compliance Seminar
June 6, 2017
Hosts: Temple CIBER and United States Export Assistance Center, U.S. Commercial Services
Location: Alter Hall, Undergraduate Commons and Lower Level Auditorium
About the Event:
Provide accurate data and avoid costly penalties and seizures
Can you answer the following questions?
- What are your legal responsibilities for the accuracy of the Electronic Export Information (EEI) even if you use a freight forwarder?
- How do export regulations affect your business?
- What is the Automated Export System (AES) and how do you report your export information?
- Do you know how to comply with the Bureau of Industry and Security’s (BIS) Export Administration Regulations?
- What are the red flags you should watch out for?
- Does your product require a license?
The Census Bureau, Bureau of Industry and Security, and port officers from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) offer an engaging full day of learning. As of April 5, 2014, new export requirements were implemented that amend the regulations published in 2008. Census Bureau experts will cover these new regulations and filing requirements of the FTR, how to classify your commodities by providing an understanding of the Schedule B classification requirements, as well as provide a thorough overview of the AES. CBP experts will cover port requirements and efforts against terrorism and international narcotics trafficking. Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) officers will highlight export control requirements and how to identify red-flags.
Qualifies for 7 CES credits
Who should attend?
All those involved in the export process: U.S. Principal Parties in Interest including Manufacturers and Suppliers, Export Compliance Managers, Freight Forwarders, Exporting Carriers, Consolidators, U.S. Customs Brokers, and Compliance Software Providers.
Contact: Tony Pu
International Trade Specialist
U.S. Export Assistance Center, Philadelphia
U.S. Department of Commerce | International Trade Administration
215-597-6120 | email@example.com