CUSTOMS LAW, CUSTOMS OFFENSES AND RISK MANAGEMENT FOR IMPORT & EXPORT

Equipping with the right tools for a customs of changes, new customs laws and its implications to customs post audit!!!

Intensive Workshop on January 18th - 19th,  2018

 

The liberalization of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2017 brought about a major change in the revision of the customs legislation that hinders trade and investment and to facilitate in importing and exporting goods. Amendments to the Customs Act are considered "Big opportunity" for importers and exporters never before (AEC and its impacts to Thai Customs).

 

In addition, the liberalization of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) will significantly contribute to the re-alignment of the new 2017 (NEW HS 2017) and free movement of goods under the AEC. Opportunities for Thai entrepreneurs even more. (New HS Code: 2017 Version).

 

The Customs Department has changed the concept of customs clearance from EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) to Internet, or better known as Paperless and Single Window, for customs clearance, both import and export. Get out more quickly by reducing the customs clearance process. Customs services are easy, fast and transparent. However, customs officers can check documents related to import and export at the establishment. The customs law establishes the powers, obligations and documents that the customs authority has the power to summon to the operator or the person concerned to hand over to the customs or check at the establishment to check for errors caused by the import if it is found to be incorrect. Sometimes, these entrepreneurs can be fined a large amount. The fines range from a fine adjustment to a fine of up to 4 times the price of the total tax.(How to manage and eliminate customs offenses when paperless and single window taken place).

 

The company recognizes the importance of business opportunities in utilizing various benefits to maximize the benefits and cope with major customs changes. This seminar was organized on this topic by inviting expert speakers to understand the issues. There are many interesting issues.

 

KEY BENEFITS: 

  • New Customs Laws and its implications to customs post audit.

  • How to business opportunities in the international trade and logistics arena be enhanced? For the Transit and Transshipment.

  • Free Zone & Bonded Warehouse to Linking privileges under the customs law FTA.

  • Freight Forwarder.

  • New laws and customs rewards.

  • IPRs Products. 

  • Export products.

  • Transfer Pricing Adjustment.

  • NEW HS 2017.

  • HS / EN, New laws and customs tariff classification.

  • Customs Risk Management, Profiling and Post Clearance Audit.

  • How to settle customs case.

  • 108 Customs Offenses.

OUR TRAINER INFORMATION:

Dr. Sitthichai Promsuwon is a firm’s partner. He advises multinational companies on customs duty and international trade related issues affecting businesses operating in Thailand especially on:

  • Customs duty and tax planning for clients in order to get the most benefit and saving from customs duty privileges across their supply chain including tax compensation, duty drawback, bonded warehouse, Customs free zone, Board of Investment, IEAT free zone, AFTA, FTA, and GSP.

  • Customs duty and tax control prepared for compliance and audit works in various customs and its related issues on behalf of clients to ensure duty and tax efficient across their supply chain including risk management program for customs valuation, tariff classification, import/export licensing and rules of origin; preparation for customs review and audit; and investigation defense. 


CLIENTS SERVED:

  • Automotive: Nissan, Daimler, Volvo, Proton, Johoku, Oiles, Omron, Valeo, Aaapico, ZF, Three Bond, USUI, Bando

  • Chemicals: Syngeta, WR Grace, BASF, Volclay, Yara, Huntsman, Enplas, Purac

  • Communications: Bloomberg

  • Electronics: Noble, Celestica, Kaga, Panasonic, NCR, Ten King,Tricon, Millennium Microtech, Hutchinson, L/G, Innovex, Trilitric

  • Energy & Natural Resources: CONOCO, Sclumberger, Chevron, PTT, RRC, Solartron, SPRC

  • Financial Services: SCB

  • Food & Drink: Brown Forman, Maxxium, Diageo, Raisio, Danone, Thai Nippon Food

  • Healthcare: MCTowa, Hoya, Kawasumi

  • Industrial Products: Air Liquide, SIG, Viking, Oriental Copper,Johnson Foil, Metecno, Volex, Canadoil, Sumitomo, Sin Clair

  • Media & Entertainment: Minor, Kidzania, Hyatt, Merlin

  • Metal & Mining: Deltametal, Steel Processing, G-Steel, SSI, Vanomet

  • Pharmaceuticals: Pfizer, ATB, Eisai, Glenmarphama

  • Retail & Consumer Products: Club21, Sara Lee, Tesco, Hanes, OSRAM, Taiping, Caledonia, Italian Fashion, Chanel, Levi, Samsonite

  • Software: Digital River, Les Mill, Blizzard

 

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