Logistics – Transport – Customs

Logistics: activities related to the physical movement of goods and related paperwork
Goods amount to 80% of the total value of import and export (services: 20%): how to ship goods overseas? Who to contact? Which documents? Where to find missing information? What kind of insurance? How to clear goods? What will importer and exporter pay? How to delay or reduce the customs duties and the VAT? What final cost? Who is responsible and for what ?

Topics most frequently provided by DefiCom during these Logistics sessions:

–          Understand the role played by the container, an essential link in the logistics chain and globalisation
–          Calculate the number of pallets to be loaded into a 20’ or 40’ container
–          Use the CCI 2010 Incoterms   
–          Select the Incoterm suitable for a given situation (link with a Letter of Credit)
–          Learn the specificities of transport documents: Bill of Lading, Airway Bill, CMR…
–          Identify the Customs Documents requested according to the destination of the product and its customs nomenclature number
–          Determine the customs origin of a product
–          Know the operating principle of the VAT and excise duties
–          Select the appropriate customs regime
–          Adapt to paperless transport and customs procedures
–          Choose an appropriate maritime insurance
–          Calculate a freight cost from maritime, land and airline carriers tariffs  
Use of visual examples: pictures, graphs, videos, drawings, caricatures
“Important topic, interactive lessons, practical examples and exercises”
“I learned most in such a short period
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DefiCom’s target audience for these courses in Logistics, Transport and Customs:

  • Area Export Manager
  • Business Engineer
  • Buyer
  • Export Manager
  • Export Assistant
  • Exporter
  • Importer
  • Business Engineer
  • International Seller
  • Purchase Manager
  • Sales Administration Department
  • Sales Manager
  • Warehousing Manager