April 26, 2021
Trade Advisers Consulting Limited are delighted to confirm they have been awarded the Enterprise Ireland contract to provide Customs Workshops for clients of Ireland’s LEOs.
Our workshops are free of charge for LEO clients and focus on both importing and exporting, providing essential training around the area of trade compliance and customs matters. These workshops offer assistance to those new to exporting/importing and those who have experience in this field but want access to current industry trends.
Our panel of expert trainers will deliver the content and give real life, practical examples from their experience.
Each workshop is one day in duration and is delivered via zoom.
We will focus on both imports and exports on this training course. Each participant will come away with a practical knowledge of customs and trade compliance. Businesses can implement the knowledge learned, which may reduce risk in the supply chain and save money.
Topics covered include:
• Latest political developments, announcements and government publications
• The role of Customs authorities
• Introduction to Classification & commodity codes, including practical exercises
• Customs valuation
• Rules of origin
• Incoterms and how to use them to reduce financial risk
• Customs declarations for imports and exports including Transit
• Special procedures eg. AEO, Inward Processing, Customs Warehouse
To book, please contact your Local Enterprise Office: https://www.localenterprise.ie/Find-Your-Local-Enterprise-Office/
Or call Fiona Luciani at Trade Advisers 087 701 3807 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Book your course via your Local Enterprise Office or get in touch with our Education and Training Leader, Fiona: 0877013807.
To qualify for preferential duty under the trade deal, goods must originate in the EU or the UK.