Obtaining a Certificate of Origin

Posted by Michael Bellezza
Blog originally posted on 21/10/2021 07:00 AM

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Some countries may require a Certificate of Origin, and without this complex document, your goods will not be able to clear customs. It could also result in the goods being returned or discarded. There are countries that require documents to be certified by that country's Embassy or Consulate to prove the origin of the goods is accurate.

Tradewin has curated a solution based on vast experience with Certificates of Origin, working relationships with the National Chamber of Commerce, and an understanding that each customer needs a personalized solution. Tradewin has an international team ready to support any documentation request and to guide you through the required documentation.


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Topics: Tradewin, Customs

Blog originally posted on 21/10/2021 07:00 AM

Michael Bellezza

Written by Michael Bellezza

Before joining Tradewin in 2010 as Principal of the US Consulting Practice, Michael had worked for Expeditors for 8 years in a wide variety of management positions including Customs Brokerage Operations, Import & Export Compliance, Freight Forwarding, and Supply Chain Analytics. Michael is responsible for all aspects of Tradewin's global consulting practices in North America, Europe, Asia, and the South Pacific. He has a talent for bringing common sense solutions to complex regulatory scenarios. He specializes in building compliance programs, providing educational seminars and workshops, advising risk mitigation, and implementing duty reduction programs. Michael is a U.S. Licensed Customs Broker. He is IATA/FIATA certified and is a member of the International Compliance Professionals Association. He is a graduate of Boston College with a degree in Economics.