How to Save Money in Your Supply Chain
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Join us for an insightful webinar on optimizing your supply chain and reducing costs. In this session, industry experts will discuss strategies, tools, and programs that can help your company save money in the supply chain.

Key Learnings:
  • Discover how First Sale Programs can lead to substantial savings on duty payments.
  • Learn how trading companies can streamline operations, provide tax savings, and offer centralized visibility across transactions.
  • Understand the benefits of section 321 (de minimis shipments) and Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) in reducing or eliminating duty payments.
  • Explore the advantages of US foreign trade zones (FTZs) for manufacturing companies and their impact on duty payments.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and best practices for optimizing your supply chain and achieving cost savings. Register now for this informative webinar.

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Jeff Rohe
Vice President of Product Management

Jeff Rohe has over 20 years of experience designing, implementing, and selling supply chain solutions and has worked with banks, small businesses, and multi-national corporations on a global basis. In his current role as Vice President of Product Management, he is currently responsible for managing the Infor Nexus Supplier Management & Financial Supply Chain product suite. Jeff received his bachelor’s degree at James Madison University and his MBA at the Thunderbird Graduate of International Management.

Elizabeth (Liz) Connell
Senior Director, Product Management
Thomson Reuters

Elizabeth Connell came to Integration Point, now part of Thomson Reuters, after a career operating, training, and managing FTZs for several Fortune 500 companies. At Thomson Reuters, Ms. Connell is the Senior Director of Product Management responsible for the Integration Point suite of Global Trade Management products. Ms. Connell is a licensed Customs Broker and has a degree in Business Management, with a concentration in Entrepreneurial Studies and Marketing, from Babson College. Ms. Connell is the chair of the NAFTZ Automation Committee and the PGA Working Groups. 

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