Due Diligence is a process of enquiry and documentation to ensure accurate transaction information and the adherence to import / export regulatory requirements worldwide.

  • KNOW YOUR CUSTOMER
  • KNOW THE END-USE
  • KNOW THE DESTINATION
  • KNOW THE CLASSIFICATION

Key to Compliance with Import/Export Regulations:

  • Knowledgeable persons
  • Reliable Classification
  • Valuation, quantity and country of origin
  • Complete and accurate documentation retained as outlined by applicable regulations
  • Dedication to trade compliance throughout the organization
  • Partnering with reliable, dependable and compliant resources externally and internally

If you build value added compliance into your business processes, the regulators are less likely to visit your business.

  • Reduce Cycle Time and Spend
  • Improve Customer Allegiance
  • Increase Profit
  • Low Risk Compliance

 

BY REGION

United States

  • 15 CFR - Commerce/Census
  • 19 CFR - U.S. Customs
  • 22 CFR - ITAR
  • 49 CFR - DOT (Hazmat)

 

Europe

 

You have just sold your customer products, software or technology that requires an export license to the country of destination; how do you proceed?

You have been contacted by a government agency for a visit; do your employees know what to do?

U.S. ICE-Immigration and Customs Enforcement

GAO-Government Accounting Office

OEE-Office of Export Enforcement

FBI-Federal Bureau of Investigation

DCIS-Defense Criminal Investigation, etc.

What should be the first thing you do if you receive an FP&F (Fine, Penalty and Forfeiture) notice from CBP?

How do you proceed if you receive a Return for Repair from someone other than the person to whom you sold the item - and the new customer is on a restricted or denial list?