Things That You Should Know About USMCA

Posted by Matt Springate
Blog originally posted on 07/07/2020 08:37 AM

Trade Changes

Importers, exporters, and producers trading within North America have been rapidly preparing for the July 1st implementation of the US Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA).

While we are beginning to learn more about USMCA and its impact on trade within North America, there are still a few open questions for those impacted to get a full picture of what’s needed to comply with and maximize the benefit of the agreement.

Tradewin has put together the below informational flyer Top 10 Facts on the US Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA). We will continue to update the trade as we know more.

In the meantime, should you need any assistance with understanding the USMCA’s impact on your business, require assistance with your solicitation program, or need support in evaluating your products to ensure they qualify for USMCA, Tradewin is here to help.

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Topics: Free Trade Agreements, Export Consulting, Import Consulting, North America

Blog originally posted on 07/07/2020 08:37 AM

Matt Springate

Written by Matt Springate

As Principal for Tradewin’s US consulting practice, Matt brings extensive experience in working with importers and exporters to perfect their compliance operations. He specializes in duty recovery programs, preferential trade agreement qualification, tariff classification, prior disclosures, and audit support. Preceding this role, Matt was Principal of Tradewin’s European practice for five years, based in the United Kingdom. There, he managed a team of consultants across multiple European countries providing both tactical and advisory services for customers. Prior to relocating to the UK, Matt served as Tradewin’s Manager of U.S. Duty Drawback services, and as an Advisory Services Consultant. Matt holds a Master of Arts degree in Diplomacy and International Commerce from the University of Kentucky and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Furman University. He is a Licensed Customs Broker and is IATA/FIATA Certified. Matt is based in Boston, Massachusetts.