Export Documentation & Incoterms Seminar
Export Documentation & Incoterms Seminar
Updated every 10 years, ICC Incoterms 2020 rules define the responsibilities of buyers and sellers for the delivery of goods under sales contracts. They are the authoritative rules for determining how costs and risks are allocated to the parties.
Incoterms rules are all about the delivery, which is reflective of the key changes in Incoterms® 2020. There are very few court cases on the interpretation of Incoterms rules, rather, the problems that normally arise are due to the wrong use of an Incoterms rule. Buyers and sellers using the right Incoterms rules are often set up well, therefore it’s essential for businesses to fully understand the risks and delivery associated with each incoterms rule.
Learn about Export Documentation
No export consignment is ready until the transactional paperwork is done. Learn to create and distribute high quality shipping, customs and international trade documents. Reduce penalties and charges, and enhance productivity in your business, by making sure you get the paperwork right.
- Identify basic international documents.
- Understand when particular documents are raised, how and why.
- Discover some of the pitfalls that can occur.
- Check accuracy in typical export documents.
- Select an appropriate payment method for your customer.
Learn what the commonly-used trading terms mean and their implications for your business. We will use case studies to illustrate their application.
Learn about freight forwarding options
What storage, packing and transport options are available and which ones give you the best value? What do Freight Forwarders actually do?
Independent Verification Services
Peter Webb, Chief Executive
Peter is the Chief Executive at IVS, a company he founded 15 years ago, initially focused on Biosecurity and Forestry.
This has now grown into the IVS Group, consisting of IVS Labs, undertaking compliance testing for Preservatives protection in NZ and Australia; IVS Training, providing Biosecurity, Customs, Dangerous Goods, Forklift and a range of other industry-based training; OntrackNZ which provides young people with work ready training and connects them to businesses.
Lastly and appropriately for this audience, IVS origin. This organisation provides origin certification for exporters both under NZ Free Trade Agreements and also for those exporting to countries who don’t have specific agreements with NZ.
Before IVS, Peter held the role of National Compliance Manager for Transitional and Containment Facilities at the then MAF Quarantine Service, which is now MPI.
Even further back, he was a hill country sheep and beef farmer and as such is passionate about the land, enabling NZ exporters to trade and protecting NZ’s environment.
Ortex Consulting Group
Allyson Wood, Managing Director
Currently Allyson is consulting within the supply chain industry, delivering industry training and advice enabling businesses to build resilience and efficiency improvements. Allyson has over 20 years supply chain experience, predominately in the freight forwarding, engineering and gas sector, in various operational and management roles. She has over 10 years supply chain lecturing experience at the Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) New Zealand Maritime School, specialising in Customs, Procurement, Inventory Management and Logistics. Allyson was a member of the MIT Academic Standards Committee.
Allyson has completed a MSCM at Southern Cross University Queensland, and tertiary teaching qualifications including e-learning. She has presented at conferences on future logistics technology and information systems. Allyson is a member the NZ Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarding Association (CBAFF), the UK Chartered Institutes of Procurement Supply (CIPS), and Logistics and Technology (CILT) and an academic member of the US Institute of Supply Management (ISM).
Air New Zealand Cargo
Katrina Devereux, Export Channel Manager
Katrina is an experienced International Logistics & Product Brand Manager professional with extensive experience in Customer Service/Operational Support, Business Development, Major Account Management, Marketing and Product Development.
Katrina has significant international supply chain and retail brand development exposure within the Manufacturing, FMCG, Shipping Line, Freight Forwarding and Logistics industries with a proven track record in developing successful Global & Domestic Commercial relationships through a mix of strong interpersonal skills and a tailored strategic approach to the various markets worked in.
PwC, Level 4, Corner Ward & Anglesea Streets, Hamilton