Global Import & Export Management

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1600/day

(2 Days)

BENEFITS

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Familiarize the S.M.A.R.T risks factors of import export and International shipping 3P's of practice, procedure and performance
  • Understand the application and implication of Incoterms 2010
  • Understand Trade Payment UCP 600 guideline
  • Learn the critical impact of trade documentation 5i's and contractual undertakings in global trade

INTRODUCTION

  • The Internal and External risks of international transactions
  • The Elements of incoterms, trade payment, shipping & documentation
  • The Rulings of customs procedures and port formalities
  • The Provisions of Marine Cargo Insurance Policies

AUDIENCE

Executives and Managers performing functions of Finance and Costing, Planning and Operations, Purchasing and Supply, Sales and marketing, Shipping and Logistics


Level for Executives and above


METHODOLOGY

A program-seminar presentation with case studies and group tasks

UNDERSTANDING INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION
  • The Dominant Global Risk Factors Of Security, Market, Adversary, Regulated And Transport Risks Creating Logistics Friction And Weakening Order Fulfillment
  • The Role And Responsibility Of A Forwarder, In Capacity Of An Agent And Principal. The Immunities Of The Standard Trading Conditions At The Expense Of Cargo Owners
  • The Carriage Of Goods By Air, Sea, Rail And Truck In Cross Border Trade. Featuring The Contract Owner, Contract Executioner And Contract Beneficiary And The Managing Of Transportation Risks And Costs
UNDERSTANDING THE TERMS OF TRADE OF INCOTERMS 2010
  • The Proper Usage And Execution Of Incoterms, Illustrating The 11 Rulings In The 4 Groups Of E, F, C, D Of Seller’s And Buyer’s Responsibilities And Liabilities Undertakings
  • The New Provisions Of Chain Of String Sales And Chain Of Custody. The New Classification Of DAT And Dap Ruling
  • The Contractual Risks And Costs Between Sellers And Buyers And The Importance Of The Factors Of Compliance And Control
UNDERSTANDING THE PROVISIONS OF CARGO INSURANCE
  • The Pre-Requisites Of A Marine Cargo Insurance Policy Complementing The Carrier’s Limited Liability, Variants Of Transport Hazards, Cargo Fragility And Perishability
  • The Types Of Referred And Declined Risks. The Underwriting Conditions And General Principles Of Marine Cargo Insurance Practices
  • The Definition Of Particular Average And General Average. The Difference Between Free Of Particular Average And With Particular Average. The Version Of All Risks Coverage And War Strikes And Civil Commotions Risks
UNDERSTANDING THE TYPES OF DOCUMENTATION
  • The Commercial Documents Of Supplier’s Quotation, Purchase Order, Sales Confirmation Order, Performa Invoice, Commercial Invoice, Supply And Delivery Contract
  • The Transportation Documents Of Airway Bill, Bill Of Lading, Shipper’s Letter Of Instruction, Export Shipping Instruction, Shipping Order And Delivery Note
  • The Statutory Documents Of Customs Declaration Form, Certificate Of Origin, Fumigation Certificate And Cargo Inspection Report
UNDERSTANDING THE PAYMENT OF GOODS AND SERVICES
  • The Methods Of Trade Payment From Open Account, Payment In Advance, Documentary Collection And Documentary Credits
  • The Principles Of Documentary Credit (Letter Of Credits) In The Financial Undertakings. The Types Of Letter Of Credits From Irrevocable Confirmed To Revocable. The General Conditions Of A Letter Of Credit And The Common Discrepancies In Letter Of Credits Instructions
  • The Uniformed Customs And Practices (UCP) 600 Implementation. Focusing The Standard For Examination Of Documents. The Provisions Of Commercial Invoice, Bill Of Lading And Seaway Bill
UNDERSTANDING CUSTOMS AND PORT FORMALITIES
  • The Customs Ruling On Importation And Exportation Of Goods. The Definition Of Customs Valuation And Customs Trade Classification
  • The Port And Terminal Roles And Responsibilities In The Loading And Unloading Of Cargo, Storage And Warehousing, Port Surveillance And Custodian Rights
  • The Operational Gaps Between Cargo Owners And The Combination Of Customs And Port Authorities In The Safe Handling Of Cargo Ownership

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