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Export & Import Documentation Seminars

Florida Foreign Trade Association / Alliance to Promote International Trade

Monday, June 11, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)

Export & Import Documentation Seminars
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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
EXPORT CLASS Members of the Alliance to Promote Intl Trade Jun 11, 2018 $95.00 $7.35
EXPORT CLASS Non-Members Jun 11, 2018 $125.00 $9.02
IMPORT CLASS Members of the Alliance to Promote Intl Trade Jun 11, 2018 $95.00 $7.35
IMPORT CLASS Non-Members Jun 11, 2018 $125.00 $9.02
EXPORT & IMPORT (2 sessions) Members Jun 11, 2018 $180.00 $12.08
EXPORT & IMPORT (2 sessions) Non-Members Jun 11, 2018 $236.00 $15.21
Donation to Promote Education in Intl Trade & Business Jun 11, 2018 Enter donation ($)

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We are pleased to continue offering Training Program in International Trade in English and Spanish sessions. This program has been very successful and the participants have found the content of the seminar very knowledgeable.

The Export & Import Documentation Workshops (English Sessions) are designed to train entry level and refresh the knowledge of experienced employees.

EXPORT DOCUMENTATION WORKSHOP TOPICS:  MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2018 @ 9AM - 12PM

INTERNATIONAL TERMS OF SALE
 Buyers and Seller’s Responsibilities in foreign transactions
 Incoterms
 The American Foreign Trade Definitions
US GOVERNMENT EXPORT CONTROLS
 The Commerce Control List and Export Licenses
 The denied parties list
 The Schedule B book and the schedule b number - Product classification under harmonized system
 The Shipper Export Declaration
AIR & OCEAN TRANSPORTATION
 The Air and Ocean Shipping Documents: Commercial Invoice, Packing List, and Shipper Export Declaration
 The air waybill
 Terms, conditions and functions of the air waybill - Cargo containerization
 The Ocean bill of lading
 Terms, conditions and functions of the ocean bill of lading - Cargo containerization
LETTERS OF CREDIT
 Revocable/ Irrevocable credits
 Confirmed/advised credits
 Bank drafts (sight/time)
CARGO INSURANCE
 Risks in transportation
 Insurance policies, coverage, rates, premium



IMPORT DOCUMENTATION WORKSHOP TOPICS: MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2018 @ 1PM - 4PM

IMPORTING INTO THE UNITED STATES
 U.S. Customs Regulations
 Customs brokers, Customs Bonds
 Merchandise entry process in the U.S.
 Customs entries
HARMONIZED TARIFF SCHEDULE OF THE UNITED STATES
 Product Classification under the Harmonized System
 Dutiable status of goods
 Ad valorem/specific/compound duties/user fees
 Preferential Duty Programs
 Antidumping, countervailing, marking duties
LETTERS OF CREDIT AND CARGO INSURANCE
 Types of Letters of Credit:Revocable/Irrevocable
 Confirmed/Unconfirmed
 Incoterms
 UCP 500 of the ICC
 Risks in transportation, insurance coverage, rates & premium
FOREIGN TRADE ZONES, DUTY DRAWBACK, TEMPORARY IMPORTS
 Transportation in bond
 Bonded warehouses

Have questions about Export & Import Documentation Seminars? Contact Florida Foreign Trade Association / Alliance to Promote International Trade

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New Professions Technical Institute/FFTA
4000 West Flagler Street
Coral Gables, FL 33134

Monday, June 11, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)


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Florida Foreign Trade Association / Alliance to Promote International Trade

The Florida Foreign Trade Association (FFTA) is a non-profit trade organization incorporated in July 1985 that represents the most diverse group of individuals and companies in the foreign trade.

FFTA is an effective networking organization that provides everyone an opportunity to expand their business by visiting new markets, safely and economically through its outbound trade mission program.   In addition, the association holds workshops and seminars designed to train beginners and executives in import/export, franchise opportunities and other related topics. FFTA is also known by its successful business expos and other after-hour networking events.

FFTA created the inbound trade mission TRADE-USA program in 2000. The target foreign markets for several years have been countries in Latin America and the Caribbean all part of Miami’s Top 50 Merchandise Export Destinations.  TRADE-USA’s objectives are to increase U.S. exports, bilateral trade, sustain/expand current key export destinations, business and investment opportunities, and the development of products/services into new markets by offering free one-on-one business meetings with foreign prospects.

For more information visit: www.ffta.com or call 305-471-0737.

Florida Foreign Trade Association

1865 Brickell Avenue | Suite A2008 | Miami, FL 33129

Phone: (305) 471-0737 | Fax: (305) 471-7636

www.ffta.com | info@ffta.com | tradeusa@ffta.com

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