With businesses looking to expand near-shoring and on-shoring capabilities, many are increasingly taking advantage of the ability of a Foreign-Trade Zone (FTZ) to deliver significant benefits. Any size of importer or exporter, including retailers and medium to large manufacturers, can defer costs incurred from customs duties, taxes, and tariffs, improve speed to global markets, and competitiveness, and minimize encounters with bureaucratic regulations.
But many are now realizing that FTZs are just one element in a sophisticated import or export supply chain management strategy, and that a more concerted push toward increased supply chain efficiency will naturally lead businesses to invest in an automated global trade solution. Hear from our FTZ experts on how to manage and optimize zone operations across all industries.
Elizabeth Connell, Senior Director, Product Management, Thomson Reuters
Kimberly Coyne, Product Manager, Thomson Reuters
Nichole Dave, Principal Consultant, Professional Services, Thomson Reuters
Robert Bowman, Editor-in-Chief, SupplyChainBrain
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