Customs & Foreign Trade Advisory

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Customs & Foreign Trade Advisory

What services we provide

The aim of providing trade compliance advisory is to help businesses of all sizes comply with the complex and ever-changing international trade regulations. This includes helping businesses to:

Customs Compliance
Ensuring that goods are imported and exported in compliance with all applicable customs regulations.
Authorized Economic Operator (AEO)
Obtaining AEO certificate or providing advisory, training , auditing services for the AEO holders.
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Classification
Determining the correct Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) code for imported and exported goods.
Free Trade Agreement (FTA) utilization
Advising clients on how to utilize FTAs to reduce or eliminate tariffs and other trade barriers.
Trade Due Diligence
Conducting due diligence on potential trading partners to identify and assess trade risks.
Trade Audits and Training
Conducting trade audits to identify compliance gaps and providing training on trade compliance best practices.

how we work

Understand your trade compliance obligations
Our aim of providing trade compliance advisory is to help businesses succeed in the global marketplace by ensuring that they are operating in compliance with all applicable trade regulations.
Identify and mitigate trade risks
We can help you to identify and classify imports and exports correctly, which can help to reduce the risk of customs delays and penalties.
Develop and implement effective trade compliance programs
We can help a business to develop a trade compliance program that is tailored to its specific needs, which can help to reduce the risk of trade violations.
Navigate customs and border clearance processes
We can help a business to navigate the complex export control regulations, which can help to avoid delays and penalties.
Resolve trade disputes
We can help you to resolve a trade dispute, such as a customs dispute or an anti-dumping investigation.

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