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A Look Back at 2014

Posted by The Tradewin Team

12/30/14 6:54 PM

As 2014 comes to a close, we can't help but reminisce about the goings on this year. Particularly, our very first year of TradeLane! We've been so happy to share a little expertise, and our passion for global compliance. 

In case you missed any, here's a look back at  the top five TradeLane blog posts from this year.

Which was your favorite? 

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5. 10 Steps for Assessing you Compliance Program Globally

Michael Bellezza

As regional companies grow into multi-nationals in the never-ending search for new markets, an understanding of Global Trade Compliance becomes critical.

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4. Cleaning Out Your Classification Closet

Nick Cousino

When was the last time your company did an in-depth review of the HTS Classifications assigned to the parts you import into the US?

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3. Do I Really Need a Trade Compliance Expert

Nara Schieb

I'm not a doctor, but I know that I can pick up the phone to call one if needed. The same is true for an international trade compliance expert.

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2. Classification - A Necessary Evil

Nick Cousino

Let's face it, the Harmonized Tariff schedule is not the easiest thing in the world to read, use or interpret. And while you may not realize it, the repercussions of using incorrect tariff codes can be devastating.

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1. Why Yes, You Do Need a Compliance Expert

Nara Scheib

Let's dive a little deeper into some of the reasons why you need a trade compliance expert.

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Written by The Tradewin Team

Since 1997, Tradewin has been providing expert import and export advice to clients all over the world. Combined, our skilled team of Customs brokers, lawyers, accountants and other professionals possess more than 400 years of experience. Together, we've helped thousands of clients save more than $50 million in duties, guiding them through the ever-changing and complex arena of international regulations as effortlessly as possible.