25 Feb | Waikato
Export Documentation & Incoterms SeminarEvent Date:
25th Feb 2021 4:00pm-6:00pmLocation:
Gallagher Core Facilities Building 1 Melody Lane Waikato Innovation Park, Hamilton 3214Description:
We are pleased to invite you to our Export Documentation & Incoterms breakfast seminar, on Thursday 25th February!
Further your knowledge and understanding of all the necessary procedures for successful trading in the export market in 2021.
Learn about Export Documentation
No export consignment is ready until the transactional paperwork is done. Learn to create and distribute high quality shipping, customs, and international trade documents. Reduce penalties and charges, and enhance productivity in your business, by making sure you get the paperwork right.
- Identify and understand when documents are raised, how and why.
- Product verification
- Export verification
- Qualifying criteria
- Country specific requirements
- Seller & buyer responsibilities and risk
- International law, ownership, and payment
Learn what the commonly used trading terms mean and their implications for your business. We will use case studies and examples to illustrate their application and update you on Incoterms 2020.
Learn about freight forwarding options
What storage, packing and transport options are available and which ones give you the best value.
Allyson Wood, Director
Ortex Consulting Group
Allyson is consulting within the supply chain industry, delivering industry training and advice enabling businesses to build resilience and efficiency improvements. Allyson has over 20 years supply chain experience, predominately in the freight forwarding, engineering and gas sector, in various operational and management roles. She has over 10 years supply chain lecturing experience at the Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) New Zealand Maritime School, specialising in Customs, Procurement, Inventory Management and Logistics. Allyson was a member of the MIT Academic Standards Committee.
Katrina Devereux, Export Channel Manager
Air New Zealand Cargo
Katrina Devereux is Air New Zealand Cargo’s Export Channel Manager. Katrina’s passion is on the continued success and growth of our NZ exporters through the development of new markets, product development, and bringing a growth mindset to the value chain. Katrina has significant international supply chain and retail brand development experience within the Manufacturing, FMCG, Shipping Line, Freight Forwarding and Logistics industries.
Brendan Pearce, Chief Customs Officer
New Zealand Customs Service
Brendan Pearce is the Chief Customs Officer at the New Zealand Customs Service. Brendan has worked for Customs for almost 20 years in a variety of roles and currently looks after the Trade Assurance Export Programme. In this role Brendan works closely with industry, partner agencies and offshore Customs Liaison Officers to support exporters. Brendan is passionate about Continuous Improvement and had led several initiatives to improve customer experiences at Customs. He is currently the project manager for the development of the Joint Electronic Verification Self Service System that will enable self-declarations into China.
There is a Q&A session held after the presentations. It is highly interactive and allows participants to follow up with questions and discussions relating to export documentation & Incoterms, tailored to their company needs.
The Q&A panel is made up of presenters, and we will also be joined by a spokesperson from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
- 7:30am Welcome and introductions
- 7:40am IVS, Presenter to be confirmed
- 8:00am Ortex Consulting Limited, Allyson Wood
- 8:20am Mainfreight, Presenter to be confirmed
- 8:40am Air New Zealand Cargo, Katrina Devereux
- 9:00am New Zealand Customs, Brendan Pearce
- 9:15am Q & A Panel
- 9:30am Close
Face to face: $75.00 + GSTCost (Non-Members):
Face to face: $150.00 + GSTCost (other):
Excelerate100 Participants: x2 complimentary ticketsContact:
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