DELMAR WEBINAR SERIES – THE NEW USMCA IS ALMOST HERE! ARE YOU READY?

Join Delmar’s Customs Experts for an important webinar series (free!) about the new USMCA, June 9 and 11 at 1PM EDT. Learn valuable pointers and get answers in real time.

USMCA? CUSMA? T-MEC? Call it whatever you want but make sure your organization is ready for it. Recently ratified by the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, this updated North American trade pact is on its way. Effective July 1st, 2020, it will replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); an agreement that has shaped continental trade for decades. Referred to as the ‘New NAFTA’ and similar in many ways, the USMCA includes key and material differences that will change your North American trade program.

In this session, Delmar Advisory Services experts will be joined by experienced U.S. trade law experts from the International Trade Counselors (ITC) firm to provide a comprehensive review of this new agreement. This highly knowledgeable and experienced panel will focus on the differences between this new agreement and​ NAFTA, along with their potential impact to your North American trade program.

Topics to be covered during this webinar include: 

  • Automotive product tracing
  • Labor value content
  • Advance rulings
  • Origin determination
  • De Minims changes ​​

Delmar International is pleased to co-present this session with the U.S. law firm International Trade Counselors (ITC). For over 20 years, ITC has specialized in U.S. customs and import matters. Its trade advisors trace their customs and trade expertise to both government and private sectors including customs attorneys, licensed customs house brokers, former Customs Service field auditors and industry professionals.

A can’t miss, all-important series. Click here and sign up for any or all sessions now. Open to anyone.

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