WCO Global AEO Conference, Seoul 2012

31 January 2012

 

Theme: “AEO, the way towards secure and competitive growth”

Date: 17-19 April 2012

Venue: The Sheraton Grande Wlkerhill Hotel, Seoul, Korea 

 

Description:

International trade is an essential driver for economic prosperity. Securing the global trading system requires the collaboration between different parties that works best in the spirit of partnership. One of the best examples of this partnership can be found between the Customs and Private Sector under the Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) Programme which is being successfully implemented worldwide. The AEO Programme enhances the security and facilitation of the international supply chain and promotes certainty and predictability in an increasingly competitive global environment.

Why attend:

LEARN about the successes and challenges of Customs administrations and private sector in their efforts to implement an AEO programme, focusing on enhancing cooperation and partnership between Customs, the private sector and the other key stakeholders, fostering global public/private dialogue.

HEAR from leading experts on their experiences of implementing AEO. The second day will include a variety of workshops that allow all participants to select topics of particular interest to them.

UNDERSTAND the current international trade challenges, the control protocols around the world that have become more visible, the need to involve all stakeholders and operators in a single goal in the context of trade facilitation. The establishment and maintenance of standards is essential, especially with the aim of securing the supply chain. This event will be a guide that will support the preparation of companies for the dynamic and changing international business environment, being more competitive globally.

NETWORK with an outstanding array of international leaders from Government and Multilateral Policymakers, Senior International Logistics executives, Trade Compliance and Supply-Chain Managers, Corporate and Trade Organization Executives, Supply-Chain IT Providers, Legal Advisors, Academics and Economists in a world-famous and strategically vital location.

Relevant to:

Government and Multilateral Policymakers,

Senior International Logistics,

Trade Compliance and Supply-Chain Managers,

Corporate and Trade Organization Executives,

Supply-Chain IT Providers,

Legal Advisors and Academics and Economists and the

Business Community

Cost of Participation:

Free, however airfares and accommodation costs in Seoul have to be covered by participants
 
Languages:
English