Discover EV Risks & Solutions: Register Now for $99!

Jun 13, 2024

You spoke, we listened…our annual 2024 Supply Chain Conference is now just $99 per person for AIAG members and $125 per person for non-members!

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New shipping routes highlight growing Asia-to-Mexico trade

Jun 13, 2024

A new sea route from Cosco Shipping Lines became operational on Monday, as several global ocean carriers have initiated services targeting Asia-to-Mexico trade.

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More than 9,000 Canada Border Services Agency workers begin job action Friday if agreement not reached

Jun 13, 2024

The clock is ticking to avoid a nationwide strike at Canada’s borders by more than 9,000 Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) employees. Members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada and the Customs and Immigration Union (CIU) will begin job action across the country starting June 7 at 4 p.m. ET if an agreement is not reached at the table with CBSA and Treasury Board this week.

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Biden slaps new tariffs on Chinese imports, ratcheting trade war

Jun 13, 2024

President Joe Biden has slapped major new tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles, advanced batteries, solar cells, steel, aluminium and medical equipment, taking potshots at Donald Trump along the way as he embraced a strategy that’s increasing friction between the world’s two largest economies.

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Less Than Two Months To Go...Register for our EV-Focused Supply Chain Conference Today!

May 09, 2024

This year's June 20th event on “Charging Ahead — Managing EV Battery Risks for a Sustainable Future" is just around the corner...have you reserved your spot yet?

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A recording of our April 17 event, “UFLPA Trade Policy: A Legal Perspective on Compliance” is now available at the AIAG Store!

May 09, 2024

 

Featuring international trade law attorney Michael P. House — partner and firmwide co-chair at Perkins Coie — a 90-minute recording of our recent event on UFLPA trade policy has been added to our “Available Now Webinars” store.

 

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Shippers must seek out experienced cross-border providers during Mexican market boom

May 09, 2024

Companies are more intrigued than ever by Mexican manufacturing prospects. Mexico unseated China as the top exporter to the U.S. for the first time in 2023 after a multi-year climb. During a similar time period, the Laredo, Texas and Tucson, Arizona markets have skyrocketed in popularity

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CBSA phasing in CARM: launching internally for CBSA use as planned in May and later in the fall for trade chain partners

May 09, 2024

News release

April 19, 2024

Ottawa, Ontario – Today, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) provided an update on its plans for the launch of the CBSA Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) digital initiative, which will modernize the collection of duties and taxes for goods imported into Canada. 

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How AI Transforms Trade Classification and Compliance

May 08, 2024

Product classification and compliance are essential yet time-consuming elements of global trade. Importers and exporters are challenged by the need to access relevant information and regulations, match product characteristics and shipment details with Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) and Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) codes, and meet license requirements. In short, the trading world is a perfect candidate for artificial intelligence-based tools and capabilities, to enhance the quality and productivity of classification and compliance.

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Brian Engle: ‘Decrease Your Dependence’

Apr 10, 2024

EV expert Brian Engle says we are in the midst of a new era of supply chain management, one of reducing dependencies and vertically integrating your manufacturing process. As business development director, electrification for Amphenol’s Advanced Sensor group, and president of NAATBatt, Engle provides insight on what AIAG members can do to make their supply chain less vulnerable.

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