|Dates||May 7, 2020 09:00 AM-12:00 PM|
|Tuesday, May 5, 2020|
USMCA Key Revisions & Implementation Webinar May 7 - $150
|Hosted by||East and West Michigan District Export Councils and the U.S. Commercial Service Michigan, Great Lakes Network|
The NAFTA replacement, known as the U.S., Mexico, Canada agreement or USMCA, has finally made its way through Congress and has been signed by the President. Many of the details surrounding implementation, including the date, remain in question. It is a certainty, that upon implementation of the USMCA, the NAFTA as we have known it for over 25 years will cease to be. The transition is expected to happen within the next year. Is your company prepared?
Join us virtually on May 7th, as trade compliance expert John D. Goodrich compares USMCA to NAFTA and highlights what will remain the same and what changes can be expected. Even if it appears your product-specific rules remain untouched by USMCA, you will find there are some subtle differences that will affect how you implement the program within your company.
Come prepared to work as we delve into the commercial side of the USMCA and learn how your company needs to prepare for the new agreement.
NOTE: This seminar is structured for traffic managers, purchasing managers, plant managers, shipping/receiving personnel, compliance officers, ISO managers, sales managers/department personnel, customer service managers, or anyone who wants to be fully informed on the USMCA.
Eligible Michigan companies can apply for STEP grant funds to offset the registration fee for this webinar.. Email email@example.com.
About the Speaker
John Goodrich is an International Trade Consultant and Licensed Customhouse Broker with more than thirty years of experience in international trade. He is the principal in the consulting firm of JD Goodrich & Associates where his varied industry experience results in practical, actionable advice for his clients. That experience also allows Mr. Goodrich to take a strategic view of the roles of international compliance and logistics in the greater supply chain. In addition, Mr. Goodrich has authored six texts and numerous trade-related articles.