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Chicago, IL
October 17-21, 2016

The Certified Classification Specialist (CCLS) is the only program offered in the internationally that covers the entire Harmonized System(HS), and offers an examination to confirm your knowledge and understanding of classifying merchandise. This premiere program, for importers, exporters, manufacturers, suppliers, customs broker and freight forwarders provides a detailed approach to mastering the use of the Harmonized System (a.k.a.: HTS, HS, Nomenclature, Tarik), ensuring accuracy for classification on a global basis.

Chicago, IL
November 8-10, 2016

The Export Controls Specialist certification program will deal, in detail, with all aspects of the U.S. export control process. With heavy reliance on case studies and practical in-class examples, participants will gain new skills, or hone existing skills enabling them to present themselves as a certified professional for an in-demand trade specialty.

Houston, TX
November 16-18, 2016

Looking to save your firm money through Duty Drawback Claims? Millions of dollars of refunds are available from the government to firms who both import and export, but the majority go unclaimed. This unique certification will train your team on the types of drawback available, how to file for expedited refund capabilities and which documents are needed to support a successful refund.

Milan, Italy
2016年11月30日 年月日

Join Amber Road in Milan on our upcoming Seminar about the exiting issue of EU Dual Use Policy & US-Export Controls Updates. Event is taking place on Nov. 30th, 2016 and is being held in Italian language.

Princeton-Lawrenceville, NJ
December 5-9, 2016

The Certified Classification Specialist (CCLS) is the only program offered in the internationally that covers the entire Harmonized System(HS), and offers an examination to confirm your knowledge and understanding of classifying merchandise. This premiere program, for importers, exporters, manufacturers, suppliers, customs broker and freight forwarders provides a detailed approach to mastering the use of the Harmonized System (a.k.a.: HTS, HS, Nomenclature, Tarik), ensuring accuracy for classification on a global basis.