Global Logistics by jpl7986

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									   Exporting and
 Logistics: Special
Issues for Business
Exporting Process




                    15 - 4
 Determining Export Requirements




Chinese Officers Train in Command Center in Beijing
                                                      15 - 7
  Determining Export Requirements




Exporting Controlled Items to Various Countries

                                                  15 - 8
Determining Export Requirements



                         Exporting
                         Shotguns




                                     15 - 9
Determining Export Requirements

                         Exporters
                         Have Many
                         Duties




                         Bureau of Export
                         Administration
                                            15 - 10
Examples of Violations/Penalties




                      Bureau of Industry
                      and Security, April
                      2005
                                            15 - 11
        ELAIN, STELA, ERIC, and SNAP

•   ELAIN ( Export License Application and Information Network)
•   STELA (System for Tracking Export License Applications)
•   ERIC (Electronic Request for Item Classification)
•   SNAP (Simplified Network Application Process)




                                                                  15 - 12
                   Import Restrictions

•   Tariffs
•   Exchange permits
•   Quotas
•   Import licenses
•   Standards
•   Boycotts
•   Voluntary agreements
•   Other restrictions




                                         15 - 13
Terms of Sale




                15 - 15
Getting Paid: Foreign Commercial Payments




                                            15 - 17
Export Documents




                   15 - 20
                 Packing and Marking

• Export packaging must consider:
   - Protection against rough handling, climate, pilferage
   - Effect of gross weight on import fees
• All countries regulate the marking of imported goods and
  containers
   - All markings must conform exactly to the data on the export
     documents




                                                                   15 - 21
          Customs-Privileged Facilities

• Foreign trade zones (FTZs)
   - Drawback
• Offshore assembly (Maquiladoras)
   - Originated in Mexico in the early 1970’s
   - NAFTA


  Customs-privileged facilities are areas where goods can be
  imported for storage and/or processing with tariffs and
  quota limits postponed until the products leave the
  designated areas.


                                                               15 - 22
Interdependence of Physical Distribution
              Activities




                                           15 - 24
Comparison of Real Physical Distribution Costs




 Shipping Electronic Components Singapore to US
                                                  15 - 26
    Export Shipping and Warehousing




The Panda Express Transports Le Le and Ya Ye to Memphis
                                                          15 - 29
       Terrorism and Logistics




Gamma Ray Scanning of Container at US Port
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