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LA Marine and DCCI Brexit event

Location - Bournemouth

Date: 7th June, 2017

Time:4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Frictionless Trade - Considerations for Tariff and Non-Tariff Barriers

The Dorset Chamber of Commerce and Industry in partnership with LA Marine are hosting a panel presentation which will address the best and worst case scenarios and potential changes in; tariffs, customs, licenses and export documentation required to move goods in and out of Europe.

2016 saw a strong performance by exporters in the South West region. The latest figures show over £21bn worth of goods were exported by almost 14,000 businesses. More than £12bn of this was exported to non-EU markets.

There is already a considerable wealth of experience of exporting to non-European customers. The panel will explore how the tariffs and customs issues and risks are managed on a practical level when trading with non-European customers.

What the workshop will consider
• The different regimes in place for import/ export inside Europe and outside.
• The paperwork required for different types of trade-customs issues
• What can go wrong if the wrong paperwork is presented
• The insurance angle – minimising risk

Speakers
• Rob Booth, Head of International Trade at DCCI. Experienced adviser of export documentary requirements, and identifying skills & training needs of exporters.
• George Ponsford, Sales and Marketing Director of Kestrel Medical – Kestrel produce Vocalzone throat lozenges and export globally.
• Jason Daniells, Commercial broker, A-One Insurance – errors and omissions – problems in the paperwork
Linda Jacques of LA Marine – Linda specialises in all aspects of shipping and logistics law involving the carriage of goods by sea and land.

Who should attend?
This presentation should be of interest to anybody currently trading or intending to trade with European customers. It would also be of interest to those insuring and advising such companies.

This event is free to attend. However, places are limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
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