Understanding Exporting & Incoterms
This workshop will be of real benefit to anybody involved in the export/import process, from administrators through to sales and accounts personnel.
It provides an excellent opportunity for import/export supervisors, managers and senior executives to acquire a good understanding of the work carried out by their staff, and all those who need a firm grounding in the rights and obligations of parties to an export contract.
International trade concepts and procedures are explained in simple everyday terms and delegates leave equipped with a good understanding and knowledge of current best practice.
Our trainer will also take you on a practical journey through the four groups of Incoterms - International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) terms of sale and delivery. Designed for use with the contract of sale, Incoterms have been adopted universally as a safeguard against misunderstandings and disputes between buyers and sellers as to where risk and responsibility lie.
- Methods of export quotation
- Deciding on delivery terms and the use of Incoterms 2010
- Overview of payment methods
- Assessing risks
- Evaluation of freight forwarding
- Export documentation and compliance
Venue: Addleshaw Goddard, Leeds
Date: 3 November 2016
Time: from 9.30am to 4.30pm
Cost: £295 Members | £390 Non-Members (excluding VAT)
Includes lunch and refreshments.
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