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  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:International / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:178
  • eBook ISBN:9781483542706

The Road to the Best Practices in Customs and Logistics

by Héctor Ricardo Carmona-Millán

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Overview
“The Road to the Best Practices in Customs and Logistics” covers all the processes of a company that imports and or exports, from the point of the initial negotiations between the seller and the client, to the final delivery of the product. It covers purchasing, warehousing, the various security programs that the governments of the United States and Canada have implemented, which is now a matter of concern to us all, the correct use of INCOTERM, and it even covers the issue of costs, which as we know, is now what companies focus on most.
Description
“The Road to the Best Practices in Customs and Logistics” covers all the processes of a company that imports and or exports, from the point of the initial negotiations between the seller and the client, to the final delivery of the product. It covers purchasing, warehousing, the various security programs that the governments of the United States and Canada have implemented, which is now a matter of concern to us all, the correct use of INCOTERM, and it even covers the issue of costs, which as we know, is now what companies focus on most. This book focuses on the method for the design and construction of a Model for the Best Practices in Customs and Logistics. It details all the phases to be covered by the model, but does so with a simple but accurate approach by identifying customers needs in order to hand-tailor a suit for that specific client. Rafael Anguiano L. Logistics & Distribution Manager Tyco Electronics Mexico, S.A.
About the author
Born in Mexico City in 1956, is a lawyer and "Vista Aduanal" ( a national government official responsible of supervising merchandise classification). He briefly worked at the National Electricity Commision of Mexico (CFE) from 1977 to 1983, when he was granted a license as a Mexican custom Broker at the interior customs port at Queretaro. In 1999 he changed his official ascription to Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, where he has worked in several private organizations, from Canacintra to the Association of Industrials of Queretaro to COMCE, ALFA, and the Nuevo Laredo Custom Brokers Association. He is a nationally recognized speaker on costs for the international trade business and in particular for the Mexican custom brokers.
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