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Ryan Ingall

Ryan joined Tradewin in the beginning of 2016. He possesses a strong background in international supply chain operations. After graduating from Griffith Business School’s Dual Degree Program with Bachelor of Business majoring in Logistics Management and a Bachelor of International Business, Ryan is now also close to completion of the Diploma of Customs Broking. Currently, Ryan is responsible for assessing and preparing duty drawback claims, as well as assisting customers with FTA qualification, tariff classification and providing advice on import and export regulations. Ryan plays a key supporting role in analysing client data to identify potential opportunities and compliance risks.

Recent Posts

Australian Goods Compliance Update – Q1 2017

Posted by Ryan Ingall

5/31/17 2:00 PM

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There has been a lot of information to digest recently regarding developments in Customs and Trade Compliance in Australia.

The minutes from the first quarterly Compliance Advisory Group meeting (CAG) and Goods Compliance Updates (GCU) for 2017 were recently published, with some important issues for industry to be aware of.

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Voluntary Disclosures in Australia - Demonstrating Your Efforts

Posted by Ryan Ingall

1/13/17 10:33 AM

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The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) in Australia recently published DIBPN 2016/35, Voluntary Disclosures under Section 243T and Section 243U Customs Act 1901. In this notice, DIBP highlighted their commitment to working with industry to encourage higher levels of voluntary compliance by providing increased transparency to the regulatory trade environment.

A voluntary disclosure is the communication of a written notice of an error, omission or adjustment in statements made to DIBP. If you make such disclosures voluntarily, before DIBP instigates any queries or proceedings, you will likely be protected from penalties that would otherwise be imposed.

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Topics: Australia

5 Things to Take Away from the Australian Trusted Trader Programme

Posted by Ryan Ingall

5/25/16 11:45 AM

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As one of the newest members of the Tradewin team, having joined our South Pacific practice as a Trade Analyst earlier this year, I have been looking forward to writing my first post here on our blog, so here goes!

In July 2015, shortly after the first phase of the pilot for the Australian Trusted Trader Programme (ATT) commenced, my colleague Jess Cordeta introduced our readers to some of the benefits and requirements of participation.  

Almost 12 months later, the third phase of the pilot is well underway and the Australian Government has recently announced additional funding for the programme over the next four years. The ATT is set to become operational on the 1st of July, 2016.

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Topics: Best Practices