Use the links below to learn about core capabilities for effective global trade management and best practices from other importers and exporters.
Manual export processes inevitably lead to errors and cross-border delays, and in some cases, avoidable fines. Besides, with ever-changing compliance regulations that keep getting more complicated in more places around the world, exporters lack the technology to review every export transaction.
See how automated export processes helped industrial manufacturer Oshkosh Corporation efficiently plan, execute and administer cross-border transactions, ultimately lowering risks and costs for the organization globally.
Inaccurate paperwork, poor coordination between partners, and constantly-changing rules are just a few challenges of importing. Import is a complex process that can lead to higher costs and unhappy customers when performed manually. Missing import clearance data leads to customs delays, which increase detention and demurrage costs and can make on-time deliveries impossible.
Learn how GE Healthcare has automated its import operations, resulting in lower compliance risk, increased client and internal satisfaction, and cost savings on import broker fees.