Managing Your International Freight Risks. Melbourne, September
Non-ECA Members: $495.00Individual/Student Members: $445.50Business Members: $396.00 Face to Face Accredited
Non Members: $770.00Individual/Student Members: $693.00Business Members $616.00
Non-ECA Members: $363.00Individual/Student Members: $326.70Business Members: $290.40 Online Accredited
Non Members: $880.00Individual/Student Members: $792.00Business Members $704.00
Understanding and managing freight and logistics costs are critical to enhancing competitiveness in global markets and increasing profitability.
This course will help aid understanding of the risks involved and how to overcome them.
- Incoterms® 2010
- Trade terminology explained
- Common freight costs
- Choosing the right freight forwarder
- Marine insurance for air and sea cargo
- The supply chain as a Unique Value Proposition (UVP)
What is involved:
The course will provide vital information and will also provide the opportunity for companies to bring along their own quotes, for assessment by an international freight expert.
Who should attend?
This course is practical and interactive. It is designed specifically for those managing the import and export process, as well as business owners.
All participants will receive:
- Booklet with exercises and template
- Certificate of completion
All ECA workshops and courses can be undertaken as stand-alone units, or accredited as part of an Advanced Diploma in International Business with the Charles Sturt University Centre for Customs and Excise Studies. Different prices
apply and you need to declare your intention to register for the accredited course when booking an individual ECA workshop or course. For further information
before booking, contact Angela Wright on 02 8243 7490.
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Dee-Ann Prather, Down Under Enterprises International
NSW Women in Global Business Award winner
Member of the ECA
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