The bureaucracy and ‘red-tape’ encountered at the Customs border represents significant planning hurdles and costs in your cross-border supply-chain. Fortunately, innovative reform in various import and export procedures has been rolled out by Customs and CIQ over the past year and this is set to continue in 2015.
On April 22, Global Supply Chain Council invites you to join Damon Paling, Partner at PwC for a discussion on Innovation in China Customs and International Trade in 2015.
New data and insights are available so that you can align your import and export operations, regulatory compliance, and goals for 2015. This data and the related insights can also provide you with an overall picture that can help you work in a practical way to measure performance, develop strategies, and attain best practice in your cross-border operations.
Damon has 17 years experience in Asia, and over 10 years in China, advising companies on customs, trade and related supply-chain and logistics matters. Damon assists clients in various areas, including: customs audit and investigation dispute resolution, customs compliance and opportunity reviews, establishing customs-supply chain efficient business models, establishing regional distribution centres, establishing a customs centre of excellence, reverse logistics and low cost sourcing.
See more details at http://chain.net/event/407
Participation fee: starting at US$ 25 (or RMB 150) per person, view full pricing and register at: https://yoopay.cn/event/chinacustoms
This 35 minute briefing will be followed by an interactive Q&A session and an executive luncheon. Price includes 2 courses and soft drink.
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