Incoterms 2020 Rollout
Organizer: World Trade Council Space Coast
Contact: Bill Cantillon | firstname.lastname@example.org | 321-258-7837
Incoterms ® rules define the responsibilities of buyers and sellers of goods whether overseas or domestically. Knowing the 2020 revisions is incumbent on importers, exporters, transporters, forwarders, lawyers, insurers and students. Within the rules are buyer and seller functions affecting cost and risk. A partial list includes: Rendering a shipment compliant in terms of documentation,licensing and classification (whether under a Schedule A 10 digit HTSUS or Schedule B Tariff) and pursuant to validation against the Commerce Department Consolidated Screening List for Denied or Sanctioned Parties. Packing/marking/labeling for seaworthy or airworthy shipment against a buyer or seller routing. Insuring for All Risk. Paying freight obligations including so called THC and handover charges, and finally, delivering on time to avoid liquidated damages.
Unique in this program is an In-class Webinar conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau’s Government and Trade Management Division on Electronic Export Information filing through the ACE portal and AES. Attendees will witness export simulations and address implications on Incoterms 2020 i.e EXW, FAS, FCA, FOB, CFR, CIF, CPT, CIP, DAP, DPU, and DDP.
Our provider, assisted by customs and industry experts, is 25 year Incoterms Training Veteran and Licensed Customs Broker, Bill Cantillon, in a Pictorial PowerPoint. Bill holds a B.S. in Management Science from Case Western Reserve University and an MBA from Butler University.