With the AIAG Customs Town Hall just around the corner on November 7, 2019, attendees are urged to register by October 31st to secure the best pricing. The event will be held at The Mint at Michigan First Conference Center in Lathrup Village, Michigan.
Top officers from U.S. Customs, the U.S. Trade Representative, consulting firms, and legal practitioners will offer current, automotive-specific insights on trends and changes in customs and border protection management at one of AIAG’s most popular and longest-running annual events.
The recently updated agenda includes presentations on NAFTA 2.0; the current state of the expanding Drawback Program under the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act (TFTEA); 232, 301, GSP and MTB Tariffs; plus, updates on the newly confirmed Minimum Security Criteria for CTPAT. Hear the very latest from:
- Allison J. Neumann, Senior Manager, Finance, and Department Manager, Trade Compliance — Honda North America
- Brenda Smith, Executive Assistant Commissioner – Office of Trade, U.S. Customs and Border Protection
- Mark Mahoney, Supervisory Supply Chain Security Specialist – U.S. Customs Border and Protection
- Jason Bernstein, Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for ACE – Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Customs Town Hall is an annual gathering of importers, exporters, and associated service providers held to discuss new and ongoing programs that impact customs clearance, compliance programs, and costs. The conference will run from 8:15 am to 6:00 pm and includes lunch, exhibitor drawings, and a networking reception. As an added bonus, if you're short on the 20 CCS credits you need this year to maintain your Certified Customs Specialist credentials, attending this event will earn you 6 CCS/CES/MES credits! For more information, visit the event page.