Commentary

Duty Avoidance & Recovery Strategies

Duty Avoidance & Recovery Strategies

With the ever-changing regulations and international trade news, Scarbrough has decided to make it a point to educate the trade community on possible alternatives to save money on U.S. imports, more specifically on U.S. Customs duties.  There are a number of ways that a organization can avoid paying duty from free trade qualification to retroactively making a duty drawback claim on manufactured goods that were once imported, and exporting them back out of the United States.  These are just two of the many methods to legally avoiding duty and/or recovering what was once paid to U.S. Customs.

Duty avoidance

Join us with U.S. Customs and International Trade Expert, Adam Hill to learn about legal strategies to avoid and/or recover duty paid to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.  In this training, we will discuss duty drawback, foreign trade zones, free trade agreements, the generalized system of preference, Section 232 and Section 301 (which is currently delayed), and product exclusions or exemptions.  If any other related news were to arise before the training, we will cover that too!

Adam Hill is the President and COO of the Scarbrough Group of Companies, a Licensed Customs Broker, Certified Customs Specialist and Certified Export Specialist. Bring your questions for the expert and join us for a networking hour to talk to Scarbrough representatives one on one.  You may submit comments or questions ahead of time by emailing ktaylor@scarbrough-intl.com.

Tour Dates:

Saint Louis

April 11, 2019
1:00 – 5:00 pm
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Kansas City

April 24, 2019
1:00 – 5:00 pm
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*Sponsored by World Trade Center of Kansas City


Online Webinar

June 19, 2019
1:30 – 2:30 pm
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*This event will be significantly shorter than the live training, but still beneficial!


Des Moines

October 10, 2019
8:30 am – Noon
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*In partnership with Iowa Economic Development Authority & Greater Des Moines Partnership


 

Omaha

October Date TBD
8:30 am – Noon
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*In partnership with First National Bank of Omaha