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International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
International Logistics  -  Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries
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International Logistics - Customs, Transportation And Intermediaries

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    • 1. International Logistics
      Customs, Transportation and Intermediaries
    • 2. Agenda
    • 3. Customs
    • 4. Trading around the world
      Rankings reflect the average rankings based on # of documents, length of time and overall cost to complete an import or export transaction
      Source: The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank, “Doing Business in 2007: How to Reform.”
    • 5. What importers need to know
    • 6. Customs – efficiency improvements
      adopting new technologies and management systems to reduce delays, documentation and administrative fees which increase trade costs, increase domestic prices and restrict countries from trading
      risk management techniques are continually being improved
      intention is to focus on higher-risk cargo
    • 7. Customs – efficiency improvements
      risk-assessment of cargo prior to arrival
      after-clearance audits
      uniform customs forms
      electronic filing
    • 8. Canada Customs-key concepts
    • 9. CBSA
      Source: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/
    • 10. CBSA Responsibilities
      Source: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/
    • 11. CBSA Responsibilities
      Source: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/
    • 12. CBSA Umbrella
      Canadian Food Inspection Agency
      Enforcement program of Citizenship and Immigration
      Appeals and Compliance branches
      Immigration
      Intelligence
      Customs
      Source: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/
    • 13. Services Offered
      because of their sheer volumes and the often sensitive nature of the issues they address day-to-day, how they do their job could impact the level of confidence Canadians have in our government and economy
    • 14. Services Offered – Customs Commercial Operations
      Source: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/
    • 15. Services Offered
      serve 170,000+ commercial every year
      process over 11 million commercial releases annually totalling ~ $350 billion in value
      Source: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/
    • 16. AIRS – automated import reference system
      CFIA-AIRS: user-friendly, searchable database of CFIA import requirements
      series of questions and answers leads the importer through the applicable regulations, policies and information on all CFIA import requirements for specific commodities
    • 17. Customs D-Memoranda: D3 Transportation
      Source: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/
    • 18. CBSA effect on international trade and logistics
      Source: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/
    • 19. Transportation Modes
      air | water | rail | truck | pipeline
      • speed of delivery time
      • 20. cost
      • 21. dependability in meeting schedules
      • 22. capability to handle various products
      • 23. availability to serve a variety of geographic points
    • 20
      Enablers
      quality of transportation services
      service considerations
      cost
      quality of transportation infrastructure
      quality of information systems
    • 24. 21
      Geographic Considerations
      topography – mountains, water…
      population concentration in major cities in the developing world
      distance between major population centres
    • 25. Canada
      one central warehouse model
      central DC + regional DC’s
      regional DC’s only
      wholesalers/distributors
      parts depots…more centralization
      Population Density
      Source: atlas.nrcan.gc.ca
    • 26. 23
      Canada
      DSD (direct to store delivery)
      store-addressed shipments for cross-docking
      channel length
      retail concentration
    • 27. U. S.
      one central warehouse model
      central DC + regional DC’s
      regional DC’s only
      parts depots
      Population Density
      Source: wikipedia.org
    • 28. U.S./Canada Combined
      DC’s positioned to service both countries
      call centres
      Source: wikipedia.org
    • 29. 26
      Western Europe
      trend away from separate country DC’s to single EU DC’s
      short sea shipping and inland barges common
      23 official languages within EU (product/packaging differentiated by market)
      more product-specific warehousing
      ERP systems facilitate multiple languages, sales credit, taxation differences
      Source: europa.eu
    • 30. 27
      Japan
      low retail concentration
      long channel length
      long-standing relationships between manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers
      highly regulated trucking…multiple transfers
      differences in distribution system based on product
      short distances offset by traffic congestion…JIT impacted
      “island country” – transport on coastal vessels
      government trying to reduce trucking
      Source: wikipedia.org, cia.gov
    • 31. 28
      China
      complex supply chains
      government control
      difficult logistics – “lean”, not demand-driven
      lower labour cost so transporting cost changes have larger impact
      larger, less-frequent deliveries (carry more inventory)
      JIT will require additional DC’s
      Source: wikipedia.org
    • 32. 29
      Eastern Europe/ Russia
      difficult logistics
      not customer-focused
      poor infrastructure
    • 33. Cost
      Time
      Improve efficiency and effectiveness of the export / import process
      Customer Satisfaction
      Purpose of Intermediaries
    • 34. 31
      Intermediaries
    • 35.
      • transaction-based service or contracted to manage process for exporter / importer
      • 36. door-to-door services that are used by virtually all global corporations
      charter vessels
      tracing
      consolidation
      documentation
      obtain insurance
      worldwide capability
      COD deliveries
      consulting
      pay freight charges
      source transportation services - including “deals”
      translation
      Pick Up and Delivery (PUD),
      expediting
      export packing
      International Freight Forwarder
    • 37. 33
      Similar role as International Freight Forwarders but only do air shipments
      consolidators (independent)
      agents (represent individual airlines)
      2 TYPES
      Air Freight Forwarder
    • 38. 34
      also referred to as NVOs or consolidators
      Consolidate shipments from several shippers, accept all responsibilities for documentation ...act as carriers
      Not able to clear customs
      May provide ocean transportation services to a forwarder (often owned by them or by carriers)
      Non-Vessel-Operating Common Carriers (NVOCC)
    • 39. Export Management Companies (EMC)
    • 40. 36
      Buy goods in home market, sell in export markets
      Financial risks associated with foreign markets reduced
      Creditworthiness of ETC is major risk
      Export Trading Companies (ETC)
    • 41. Guide import shipments through Customs
      Deliver goods to importer
      Generate customs documents for export shipments
      May specialize by commodity, mode
      Electronic communications critical for speed
      Customs House Brokers
    • 42. 38
      Goods Surveyors
      • service may be needed to consummate sales agreements
      • 43. inspect quality
      • 44. measure weight
      • 45. determine extent of damage
      • 46. often specialize in certain commodities
    • 39
      For emergency replacement parts worldwide
      Service often provided by airlines
      Source: seatrax.com
      Parts Banks
    • 47. 40
      Benefit carriers...less capital tied up, no control problems
      Some specialize…tanks, reefers
      Container Leasing Companies
    • 48. translation...verbal and written
      packaging…adequate protection, recycling mandates
      labeling
      Other Specialized Services
    • 49. Bhupesh Shah, B.Sc., MBA
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