STTAS and AIAG members tackle trade compliance challenges best by working together

Major changes in trade policies are affecting your company faster than ever before. Issues such as changing tariffs, trade wars, BREXIT, and USMCA may be having a big impact on your bottom line. We can help.

As a sponsor of the 2019 AIAG Customs Town Hall, we’re committed to helping you build the right tactics for your company thrive in the new trade environment.

Rather than playing catchup alongside your competitors, you can get ahead of changing circumstances and use policy changes as an opportunity for growth.

For example, we’ve put together a summary of nine strategies for responding to the Section 232 and 301 tariffs in the US. From FTZs to Duty Drawback and more, we’ve assembled a checklist that could significantly improve your bottom line. You can download the document covering all nine now by filling out the form.

You can also reach out to us at any time through to start a conversation.

Download now: 9 strategies for building a resilient supply chain in a storm of changing trade policy

  • Ex: Director of Trade Compliance

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Duty drawback: low risk and high reward

Duty drawback can be a great source of cash for companies involved with importing and/or exporting. It requires extensive paperwork, and some patience (especially as US Customs works out procedures for the new legislation), but it can be worth the hard work.

Best of all, you don’t have to be the one doing all of the hard work of duty drawback. STTAS is committed to helping you get the drawback refund that you deserve from the government. In many cases, you don’t pay until you get your money back from the government.

Learn more about duty drawback