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We offer several Advanced Classification courses:

These courses are open to participants of all levels of expertise. Our methodology will quickly bring beginners to an experienced level and higher qualified classifiers to experts in this area.

The Advanced Classification workshops contains intensive study and practical exercises that will take your knowledge of the General Rules of Interpretation (GRI) to the next level. An in depth approach will be taken to ensure that participants are adequately trained to defend their questions and learn how to access and use Canadian Customs rulings, WCO rulings, Explanatory Notes, the Compendium. We also review Penalty cases analyze what went wrong and how do you avoid it?

For current Certified Classification Specialists™ (CCLS™) who enroll, this course will fulfill your annual re-certification requirements AND every CCLS™ holder is eligible to submit two product requests that may be used as part of the defense questions during the class. For more details do not hesitate to contact us.

Our seminars are certified by NCBFAA Educational Institute for Certified Customs Specialist (CCS) continuing education credits, and by Amber Road’s Global Trade Academy for Certified Classification Specialists™ (CCLS™) continuing education credits.

CCS credits: 20

CCLS™ credits: 20

Who Should Attend:
The CCLS™ course is targeted at individuals and teams employed by logistics companies or global manufacturers who need to understand how to classify goods for import and export into and between multiple countries around the world.

Individuals holding a CCLS™ designation will be capable of defending their classifications and creating and deploying a global process for their enterprise.

To register for a Specialty Workshop on Advanced Classification, please visit our course calendar.


Specialty Workshop

Advanced Classification: Electronics, Parts, Machinery, and Accessories

This is a three day industry leading advanced course designed to address the issues facing machinery, parts and electronics importers and exporters. Focusing in on the General Rules of Interpretation (GRI) and using a unique methodology for defending your answers globally, participants will learn how to present and defend their HTS classification process with suppliers, related parties and Customs officials.

Program Overview:

  • General Rules of Interpretation and how to properly apply them
  • Framework of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule
  • Intensive review of HTS Chapters 84 and 85 including a detailed discussion of their key subheadings that cover electronics and machinery
  • Review of relevant informed compliance publications for machinery, electronics and parts
  • Machine product coverage of the mysterious HTS Heading 8479
  • Electronics product coverage of the mysterious HTS Heading 8543
  • Detailed review of section and chapter notes specific to the industries making or importing machinery and electronics
  • When to classify an article "eo nomine"
  • The "problem" Chapter 84 and 85 headings for many importers of machinery and electronics
  • How to defend your classification globally, when working with suppliers, related parties or Customs officials
  • How to access and use Canadian Customs rulings, WCO rulings, Explanatory Notes, the Compendium
  • How to resolve different HTS Classification findings by colleagues located in different countries.
  • How to confirm an article as a part, accessory or part of general use, to ensure proper classification
  • The hierarchy of parts classification under the HTS
  • How to write a Customs Ruling Request and successfully advocate a specific classification to CBP
  • Penalty cases involving machinery, electronics and parts, what went wrong and how do you avoid it?

To register for this workshop, please visit our course calendar.

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Specialty Workshop

Advanced Classification of Textiles

This workshop addresses the issues facing importers and exporters of textiles. When is a T-Shirt a T-Shirt? Clarifying issues between 6109 and 6110 requires strong knowledge of the Section and Chapter notes and the definitions cited by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for proper classification. This is one example of the many issues facing textile classifiers and this course will bring to light how to properly classify within Section XI of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule.

Program Overview:

  • Detailed review of Section XI, Chapters 50 -62
  • Overview of classification of fibers and CBP notes
  • How to classify non clothing articles including wadding,
  • Classification of articles of clothing and finished goods
  • How to confirm an article as a part, accessory or part of general use, to ensure proper classification
  • And more…

To register for this workshop, please visit our course calendar.

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Advanced Classification of Plastics and Rubber

This two-day course will provide of intensive interactive instruction and hands-on preparation involving the classification of plastics, rubber and intermediate and advanced products made from these two materials.  This course explains key plastic and rubber terms, discusses current areas of concern involving their classification, and the treatment of such products by U.S. trading partners.  

Program Overview:

  • Intensive review of the coverage of HTS Chapters 39 and 40
  • Explanation of the production processes for plastic and rubber products
  • Plastic and rubber products classified outside HTS Section VII
  • Differentiating the polymers and resins of the “plastics” chapter
  • Key recent CBP rulings and court cases involving plastics or rubber items
  • And more…

To register for this workshop, please visit our course calendar.

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Specialty Workshop

Advanced Classification: Chemicals

Join Amber Road’s Global Trade Academy at this industry leading advanced course on classifying Chemicals and Chemical Products. We will emphasize Chapters 28 through 40 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule, with a heavy emphasis on the tariff classification of organic and inorganic chemicals, pharmaceuticals, fragrances, soaps, fertilizers, dyes and a variety of other products primarily derived from chemicals and chemical compounds.

Our three-day workshop addresses the issues facing importers and exporters of chemicals and chemical products. Focusing in on the General Rules of Interpretation and using a unique methodology for defending your answers globally, participants will learn how to present their classification process with suppliers, related parties and Customs officials.

This three-day Advanced Classification Course contains intensive study and practical exercises that will take your knowledge of the General Rules of Interpretation (GRI) to the next level. An in-depth approach will be taken to ensure that participants are adequately trained to defend their questions.

For current Certified Classification Specialists (CCLS) who enroll, this course will fulfill your annual re-certification requirements and every CCLS holder is eligible to submit two product requests that may be used as part of the defense questions during the class.

Program Overview:

  • How to eliminate different classification decisions between colleagues located in different countries
  • General Rules of Interpretation and how to properly apply them

We offer several Advanced Classification courses:

These courses are open to participants of all levels of expertise. Our methodology will quickly bring beginners to an experienced level and higher qualified classifiers to experts in this area.

The Advanced Classification workshops contains intensive study and practical exercises that will take your knowledge of the General Rules of Interpretation (GRI) to the next level. An in depth approach will be taken to ensure that participants are adequately trained to defend their questions and learn how to access and use Canadian Customs rulings, WCO rulings, Explanatory Notes, the Compendium. We also review Penalty cases analyze what went wrong and how do you avoid it?

For current Certified Classification Specialists™ (CCLS™) who enroll, this course will fulfill your annual re-certification requirements AND every CCLS™ holder is eligible to submit two product requests that may be used as part of the defense questions during the class. For more details do not hesitate to contact us.

Our seminars are certified by NCBFAA Educational Institute for Certified Customs Specialist (CCS) continuing education credits, and by Amber Road’s Global Trade Academy for Certified Classification Specialists™ (CCLS™) continuing education credits.

CCS credits: 20

CCLS™ credits: 20

Who Should Attend:
The CCLS™ course is targeted at individuals and teams employed by logistics companies or global manufacturers who need to understand how to classify goods for import and export into and between multiple countries around the world.

Individuals holding a CCLS™ designation will be capable of defending their classifications and creating and deploying a global process for their enterprise.

To register for a Specialty Workshop on Advanced Classification, please visit our course calendar.

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