Freight Forwarders & Export compliance

DSG Global Academy

Freight forwarders are often the weakest link in an export transaction. As recent cases have shown: Changing regulations, and lack of export compliance knowledge can expose freight forwarders to staggering civil penalties. Exporting companies who blindly rely on their freight forwarders would also attract penalties when their products are exported without required licenses. In this webinar, we will cover the major areas that freight forwarders need to be aware of, such as license requirements, ECCNs, restricted party screening and embargoed destinations.
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Demand from customers for the integration of logistics and financial cycles Request for innovating solutions to improve efficiency Desire to increase financial independency and flexibility Logistics is becoming a commodity In the mind of our customer, the above translates into these financial dimensions. Leverage inventory to free up cash for further investments into production capacities  Improve cost of capital and debt for future investments


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Using ISO 22301 to build resilient supply chains

BSI

ISO 22301, the long awaited international standard for business continuity management systems brings with it new requirements to help bolster an organization’s supply chain resilience. Lorna Anderson, Technical Expert and Global Business Continuity Product Technical Manager provides you with an overview of ISO 22301 and ISO 22313 to help organizations explore the vulnerabilities in both their supply chain and business continuity management systems.
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How Openbravo boosts retail competitiveness with an optimized supply chain

Promantia

The heightened expectations of today’s consumers are forcing retailers to revamp their supply chains to make them more efficient, deliver greater demand responsiveness and ensure the optimal placement of inventory in the supply chain. An optimized supply chain brings multiple benefits in terms of improved customer service and logistics cost, greater flexibility in matching demand and supply, and it enables retailers to improve the accuracy of their forecasts.
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Effectively Managing Global Supply and Risk

scl

The presenter discussed how today's supply managers are finding that they need to do much work in terms of conceptualizing, designing, and implementing initiatives that may be effective globally. He also discussed the risks inherent in sourcing globally. The session also provides an overview of our "Effectively Managing Global Supply and Risk in an Increasingly Complex World" course hosted.
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Cloud Computing Webinar: Aspirin for Supply Chain Headaches

Murano Corporation

Recorded on 16 February 2016, this combined presentation by SYSPRO, Supply Chain Squared and ApicsAU focuses on supply chain, the difference between logistics and Supply Chain and the benefit of planning and system integration
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Demand from customers for the integration of logistics and financial cycles Request for innovating solutions to improve efficiency Desire to increase financial independency and flexibility Logistics is becoming a commodity In the mind of our customer, the above translates into these financial dimensions. Leverage inventory to free up cash for further investments into production capacities  Improve cost of capital and debt for future investments

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