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Selling goods into the US via air? Regulatory changes - webinar

05.07.2017 Lisa McAuley
Selling goods into the US via air? Regulatory changes - webinar

Any Australian company that is doing business with the US and shipping any products in via air needs to be aware of important information that is critical to securing the future of your US export business.

Quick facts:

You will be unable to export to the US by air after 1 July unless you comply with new US air cargo screening requirements.

These requirements have been imposed on airlines by the US Government.

All air cargo being transported to the US must either be examined at piece level (box, carton, pallet or another deconsolidated form of cargo) or originate from a Known Consignor.

Australian-based exporters, freight forwarders and airlines need to adopt new security measures to comply with the new US requirements.

The Australian Government is working with Australian businesses to help them comply with these US requirements, ensure readiness for the change and reduce red tape while enabling a smooth transition.

You must act now to get ready for the change. This deadline is non-negotiable.

This is a recording of a webinar hosted by the ECA with a special presentation from the Office of Transport Security to understand your options to comply.

 

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