Thursday, July 21, 2022
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Begin arriving at 8:00 AM to check in and for breakfast. Lunch will be provided.

Country Club of Waterbury
One Oronoke Road
Waterbury, Connecticut 06708


Registration is $125 per person and includes continental breakfast and lunch. Please make checks payable to: Expeditors International of Washington, Inc.

Send payment in the form of a business or personal check to the below:

Attn: Courtney Hickam
8th Floor, West Tower
Uniondale, NY 11556

Credit cards are not accepted at this time.

Send all inquiries regarding payment to Courtney Hickam

The ACE Portal Modernization is underway, yet it is the legacy portal that is the primary source for information that allow traders to monitor their transactional activity. The portal’s full capabilities can be difficult to extract, so we will provide tips and tricks for working with your company’s data within the portal, demonstrate how to run and modify reports, and show how to use the ACE system to augment your auditing work. Please bring your laptop so you can sign in to ACE and practice with your own company’s data.

Minimizing duties is one of the fastest ways to bring financial returns to a company's bottom line. Duty minimization strategies such as the use of TIBs, MPF Management, Drawback, Free Trade Agreements, and Foreign Trade Zones save real money during the import process, but the concepts remain complex, misunderstood, and misapplied. Improper use of Incoterms can also contribute to surprise costs. We will discuss how duty minimization strategies work and how certain tactics might apply to your business. We will close with a discussion of how the 2020 version of Incoterms can be used to your company’s benefit.

Presented by:
Norman Lubeck, Esq., Senior Manager, Global Trade Advisory Services

Norm joined Tradewin in 2011, continuing a successful career in international logistics and trade compliance that began in 1987. Norm has more than 24 years of experience in the private sector advising multinational corporations on international trade and customs matters. He has been Trade Counsel for a logistics management firm and has managed the Trade Compliance departments for several multinational corporations. Norm's technical background includes expertise in Focused Assessment, Prior Disclosure, CTPAT, NAFTA and other Trade Preference Program compliance, and Export Compliance, and he maintains proficiency in a broad spectrum of international trade topics that are essential in today's regulatory environment. Norm holds a B.A. from Middlebury College and a J.D. from Suffolk Law School. He is a US Licensed Customs Broker and a member of the Massachusetts bar.

“Whether shipping raw materials, finished product, or aftermarket parts, Expeditors can help our customers select the right mode of transport to suit their needs; providing complete visibility to a shipment through every step of its journey.”

- Mike Stanford, Global Account Manager
Reducing costs while achieving customers' expectations is imperative. See how we helped an importer consolidate shipments and cut expenses without compromising customer orders.
Start Now