Export and Import Basics
Providing basic guidance to those who are new to foreign trade with regards to commonly encountered issues such as: trade documents; financing; contracts; selecting cargo agents; enforcement agencies; issues surrounding different types of product distribution; end-user; distributor; etc.
Creation and implementation of Export Management Compliance Programs (EMCP). Assessments/ review of current documented export compliance programs. Research and position papers on the export control regulations of foreign countries in which traders may have foreign offices subject to those regulations.
Needed for the exportation of civilian or dual use goods, technology, or software.
Incoterms 2010 Training
Whether an importer or an exporter, the proper selection of Incoterms and their placement within a buy / sell agreement can make all the difference between profit and loss.
Commodity Classification Req.
Commodity Classification Request Submissions (for civilian or dual use goods) determines the export control status of your products.
Advisory Opinion Requests
A request for opinion to the Bureau of Industry and Security on clarification on a regulation contained within the export administration regulations dealing with civilian and dual-use items, software and technology.
(CJ) Creation and submission- Determines whether your product is controlled by the Dept. of State (def. articles) or the Bureau of Industry and Security. (civilian or dual-use commodities).
Export License Applications
We can assist with the preparation, submission, and tracking of BIS license applications. For DDTC State Department Licenses, we can assist with preparation and tracking of the licenses and agreements.
On-site or webinar-based training courses on a variety of military and civilian import/export-related regulatory topics.
FTS can assist with import entries that are affected by Anti-dumping or countervailing duties to determine whether penalties applied are accurate.
To determine whether your export or military-related import requires a license, or possibly qualifies for a license exception/ITAR exemption.