Shipping Procedures & Documentations for Import & Export

15-16 Aug, 2018, Kuala Lumpur

FOCUSING ON
  • The Internal and External Risks of International Transactions
  • Partnership Shipping In Practice For Tactical Objectives
  • International Trade Routes and Shipping Trading Areas
  • Types Of Shipping Operators And Their Respective Functionality
  • Rights And Duties Of Carrier Under The Shipping Conventions
  • The Elements of Incoterms, Trade Payment and Shipping
  • Types Of Documentation And Procedures In Global Trade
  • The Payment Of Goods And Services In Global Trade
  • The Rulings of Customs Procedures and Port Formalities
  • The Provisions of Marine Cargo Insurance Policies
AFTER ATTENDING THIS COURSE YOU WILL RETURN TO YOUR JOB…
  1. Familiarizing the S.M.A.R.T risks factors of import export.
  2. Learning the procedures and documentation of shipping.
  3. Understanding the INCOTERMS 2010 risks and costs.
  4. Explaining the UCP and URC guidelines in trade payment.
  5. Focusing the importance of customs and insurance ruling.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Executives and Managers performing functions of Finance and Costing, Planning and Operations, Purchasing and Supply, Sales and Marketing, Order Receiving and Processing, Shipping and Logistics, Customer Service and Relations.

METHODOLOGY
  • Lectures
  • Case studies
  • Group assignment
DAY 1
9:00 PARTNERSHIP SHIPPING IN PRACTICE FOR TACTICAL OBJECTIVES
  • Defining the paradigm alongside with the strategic aims of fulfillment in increasing customer orders, improving services, enhancing performance and gaining flexibility
10:45 INTERNATIONAL TRADE ROUTES AND SHIPPING TRADING AREAS
  • Explaining the shipping protocol of flag discrimination and flag of convenience in different ports. The essentialities of trade lanes such as traffic routes, ports location, trans-shipment ports and points, transit and inland centers
1:00 Lunch

2:00

TYPES OF SHIPPING OPERATORS AND THEIR RESPECTIVE FUNCTIONALITY

  • The 4 commonly recognized operators of standard (ex- conference), regular (ex non conference), independent (including NVOCC) and tramp operators. The contract of carriage of goods by sea act (COGSA) in contractual use by each operator
3.45

RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF CARIER UNDER THE SHIPPING CONVENTIONS

  • The immunities and indemnities of the Hague Rules, Hague Visby Rules, Hamburg Rules and the current Rotterdam Rules. The limited liability rights of carrier and the burden of proof
5:00 End of Day 1
DAY 2
9:00 TRADE TERMS AND CONTRACTS OF SALES IN INCOTERMS 2010
  • The proper usage and execution of Incoterms, illustrating the 11 rulings in the 4 groups of E, F, C, D of seller’s and buyer’s responsibilities and liabilities undertakings
  • The new provisions of Chain of String Sales and Chain of Custody. The new classification of DAT and DAP ruling.
  • The contractual risks and costs between sellers and buyers and the importance of the factors of compliance and control.
10:45 TYPES OF DOCUMENTATION AND PROCEDURES IN GLOBAL TRADE
  • The Commercial documents of Supplier’s Quotation, Purchase Order, Sales Confirmation Order, Proforma Invoice, Commercial Invoice, Supply and Delivery Contract
  • The Transportation documents of Airway Bill, Bill of lading, Shipper’s Letter of Instruction, Export Shipping Instruction, Shipping Order and Delivery Note
  • The Statutory documents of Customs Declaration Form, Certificate of Origin, Fumigation Certificate and Cargo Inspection Report
1:00 Lunch

2:00 THE PAYMENT OF GOODS AND SERVICES IN GLOBAL TRADE
  • The methods of trade payment from Open Account, Payment in Advance, Documentary Collection and Documentary Credits
  • The principles of Documentary Credit ( Letter of Credits ) in the financial undertakings. The types of Letter of Credits from Irrevocable Confirmed to Revocable. The general conditions of a Letter of Credit and the common discrepancies in Letter of Credits Instructions
    The Uniformed Customs and Practices (UCP) 600 Implementation focusing the standard for examination of documents. The Uniformed Rules for Collection (URC) 522 focusing on the relevant steps
3.45 CUSTOMS RULINGS AND ROLES OF PORT OPERATORS
  • The Customs Ruling on Importation and Exportation of Goods. The definition of Customs Valuation and Customs Trade Classification
  • The Port and Terminal roles and responsibilities in the loading and unloading of cargo, storage and warehousing, port surveillance and custodian rights
  • The operational gaps between cargo owners and the combination of customs and port authorities in the safe handling of cargo ownership
5:00 End of Course

 

LEARN FROM THE BEST

Mr. Stephen Kum (MBA, USA) is a fellow of The Institute of Freight Association, The Institute of Logistics & Transport, The Institute of Business Administration, Professional member of Global Logistics Supply Chain Alliance and former Vice Chairman of Persatuan Logistik Selangor.

 

He has more than 30 years of hands-on experience in the fields of international trade, global procurement, freight operation and logistics supply chain management. H is consultancy expertise relates to INCOTERMS execution, trade documentation, suppliers development, shipping risks and logistics strategies. He was the Managing Director of a global logistics provider with network in UK, USA, Australia and Asia. H eld various contractual senior positions as Country Manager of Esprit Shipping (HK), Sales Director with Karl Schroff Associates (US) and Area Manager with Port Cargo International (UK). Associated with Cambridge International College as their Training Consultant, Program Examiner with Durham Logistics College and Resident Consultant with TPL Global Chains Management.

 

He has been involved in corporate training and executive’s development since 2002 for manufacturers (Proton, Petronas, etc), multinational companies (National Semiconductor, Revertex, etc), brand leaders (Goodyear Tyres, Mitsubishi, etc), academy of learning and development (OCBC Trade Academy, Boustead Naval Academy, etc). H is embassy clientele includes trade divisions of Nigerian Embassy, Sudan Embassy and Royal Thai Embassy in Kuala Lumpur. He has developed shipping programs for Institute Technology Multimedia, logistics program for Sentral City Institute, freight management program for PSNB and Open University Malaysia. Post graduate courses in supply chain management for Camden University and export management for Metropolitan University organized from Kuala Lumpur.

 

VENUE DETAILS

Furama Hotel Kuala Lumpur
136, Jalan Changkat Thambi Dollah
55100 Kuala Lumpur
- 55100
Phone :(603) 2788 8888

 

IPA TRAINING IS REGISTERED WITH

 

CONTACT US

Juliany, 
O - 03 2283 6109,
M - 019 3134436
juliany@ipa.com.my 

Michelle, 
O - 03 2283 6100, 
M - 019 363 7822
michelle@ipa.com.my 

For Customised In-House Training
Yvonne,
O - 03 2283 6101, 
M - 012 2011247,

F - 03 2283 6108
 
yvonne@ipa.com.my
 

ADDRESS 

A-28-5, 28th Floor, 
Menara UOA Bangsar, 
No.5, Jalan Bangsar Utama 1, 
59000 Kuala Lumpur
www.ipa.com.my