The United Kingdom is scheduled to leave the European Union on March 29, 2019, exactly two years after British Prime Minister Theresa May invoked Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. With March 2019 fast approaching, many companies are looking for ways to prepare for the outcome of Brexit.

On December 17, 2018, Prime Minister Theresa May announced her intention to set the parliamentary vote on Brexit for the week of January 14, just 10 weeks before the March 29 Brexit date. Join Integration Point for a 60-minute webcast on what’s next for Brexit.

Webcast Presented in French.

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March 2019 is fast approaching, and many companies are looking for ways to prepare for the outcome of Brexit. With the current Brexit negotiations quickly coming to an end, companies are now starting to implement Brexit strategies on a worst-case scenario basis. Join Integration Point and John Grayston for a 60-minute webcast on the Brexit outlook for 2019.

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The EU-Japan free trade agreement (FTA) was concluded last year and is due to come into force in early 2019. As the largest trade agreement negotiated by the European Union, it is expected to lift almost all tariffs on goods traded between the EU and Japan. Join Integration Point and the founder of Borderlex, Iana Dreyer, for a 60-minute webcast on the main achievements of the EU-Japan FTA.

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Join Integration Point for a 30 minute webcast discussing the new USMCA agreement expected to replace NAFTA and bring major changes that will affect importers, exporters and manufacturers across various industries.

LaCharo Owens and Virginia Thompson, from the Product Management team at Integration Point, will discuss:

  • Timeline of when we can expect this agreement to be implemented and enforced
  • How the USMCA impacts specific industries
  • The major differences between NAFTA and USMCA

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A Look into the New Trusted Trader Program

Join Integration Point and two of the seven pilot program participants, Northrop Grumman and Toyota USA, for a 60-minute webcast on the Trusted Trader program and why companies should consider participating.

This webcast discusses:

  • The program concept and background
  • How trade compliance is being factored into the Trusted Trader program
  • What changes can be expected to the current CTPAT and ISA programs
  • The benefits of the Trusted Trader program and why companies should participate
  • How the CTPAT Portal is expected to change to accommodate Trusted Traders
  • The anticipated timeline for next steps

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