New Drawback Law Enacted
On February 24, 2016, the President signed Public Law 114-125, which enacted H.R. 644 “The Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015.
Drawback refers to the refund of any import duties exporters pay for imported items which are then incorporated into finished goods that they ultimately export.This new law provides extensive opportunities in nearly every segment of the U.S. economy. Knowing the fine details of the law and learning how to use Duty Drawback for your company could create a wealth of advantages.
Join us to learn from our expert speakers:
Brian E. London VP
Operations LCHB - CCS
Mr. Brian London is a nationally recognized Licensed Customs House Broker and Certified Customs Specialist. After an IT career including work with national telecom, global media companies and 20+ years within the US Customs Industry Mr. London is Vice President at Charter Brokerage NY. Mr. London has been a speaker/panelist at various trade organization conferences. Notably ICPA, AAEI, CSCMP, The Virginia World Trade Organization, St. Louis Trade Compliance and NEXCO.
Maryanne Carney Assistant Port Director, Trade for the Port of New York/Newark
Ms. Maryanne Carney has been directly involved in the Drawback Program of Customs & Border Protection for over 35 years. Since the 1989 National Drawback Revitalization Study, Ms. Carney has been the CBP National Field Drawback Specialist whereby she provides operational support to Headquarters and the various Drawback Chiefs/Centers located around the country. She has been directly involved with the National training of both drawback specialists & regulatory auditors, a participant in the Drawback Revitalization Study, part of the Drawback NAFTA implementation meetings with Canada & Mexico, a CBP representative on the re-negotiation team for both the current & future Drawback Regulations, and involved in all drawback automation projects including ACS & ACE.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to garner information about this new law change and gain a better understanding of duty drawback that could prove vital to your companies importing/exporting success.