News: Exporting – Understanding the Paperwork

Posted on 1st March 2017

Exporting – Understanding The Paperwork – The King’s Centre – Burgess Hill – Monday 20 March 2017  0930 – 1630

Export documentation does not only move goods through the supply chain across international borders. Increasingly exporters are required to comply with security, legal and customs requirements, even if they choose to outsource shipping to agents/forwarders or delegate logistics to the buyer under ex-works terms or similar. 

Paperwork problems increase the risk of delay in the supply chain and the possibility of financial penalty, and can undermine goodwill between seller and buyer

This seminar will suggest best practice and sources of information to ensure that Export Documentation details are accurate and compliant. For full seminar content and registration details please link to  Sussex Chamber of Commerce Web Site  To discuss any aspect of the seminar please contact trainer Peter Thompson on 01903 650566

Peter Thompson

on behalf of

Sussex Chamber of Commerce

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