Global Trade Webinars Announced

by | Mar 5, 2018

The Supply Chain Academy, Customs Insights Consultancy Limited, the  Institute of Export & International Trade and the North London Chamber of Commerce & Enterprise today announce a new collaboration, to provide industry with webinars on Global Trade best practice.

Working in collaboration, we will jointly deliver webinars covering all aspects of importing and exporting, including commodity codes, incoterms and calculating freight, through to achieving Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status and dealing with HMRC audits.

We plan to deliver the first of the webinars in May, with advertising and enrolment from March.

Alex Mortimer, Director of the Supply Chain Academy said: “The future of global trade faces more risk and uncertainty than at any other time. Exporting and importing are two strategies for expanding a business. Both allow you to potentially reach new markets – these webinars will give you practical tips to succeed.”

Terry Clear, MD of Customs Insights Consulting Limited said: “ We are delighted to working in collaboration with our sister company; the Supply Chain Academy and our prestigious partners, the Institute of Export & International Trade and the North London Chamber of Commerce & Enterprise. ”

Customs Insights Consulting Limited has been offering customs-related services for over 15 years, and its staff have a wealth of experience in all customs matters.

Its aim is to provide high quality customs solutions including comprehensive customs clearance at all major UK ports, customs consultancy, training and import/export management operations.

 

The signing of the agreement. Left to right, Kevin Shakespeare – Director of the Institute of Export and International Trade, Terry Clear – Managing Director of Customs Insights Consultancy Limited, Alex Mortimer – Director of the Supply Chain Academy, Bradley Rood – Manager of North London Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise.

 

The Supply Chain Academy is the only worldwide learning centre that focuses solely on the supply chain, offering high level insight and tuition for executives through our exceptional facilities.

Customs Insights and the Supply Chain Academy recently  held a successful bespoke import and export training course for manufacturing and technology giant, Mitsubishi Electric – To view the case study please click here.

The Institute of Export & International Trade’s mission is to enhance the export performance of the United Kingdom by setting and maintaining professional standards in international trade management and export practice.

The North London Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise (NLCCE) is an independent membership organisation representing the interests of all business and commercial organisations in North London (above the river).

To register your interest in watching these webinars, or if you would like any support in any aspect of importing, exporting or supply chain, then please email Alex Mortimer (SCA’s Commercial & Programme Director) at am@supplychainacademy.org.uk  Or call 01708 259 450

 

 

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