Qualifying for NAFTA can be difficult for any industry, but for those in the Automotive industry, the difficulty level goes up a step.  As an Automotive company trying to qualify for NAFTA, you must not only understand the rules and general notes, but also how to handle averaging, trace value calculations and what-if scenarios.

As you begin to prepare for 2015 NAFTA qualifications, Integration Point invites you to a one-day seminar focusing on NAFTA qualifications for Automotive companies.  This one day seminar will provide you with the steps of how to do this if you are a first-timer and give you a great refresher if you’ve done this before.  The seminar has been approved for 6.5 CCS credits.

Attendees can expect to learn the following during the seminar:

  • How to correctly read the NAFTA rules of origin and general notes
  • What best practices are out there for solicitations and how to validate a CO
  • What is available for automating qualifications and solicitations
  • How to handle averaging and what specific rules you may want to use
  • When and how to use trace value calculations
  • Why ‘What-if’ scenarios are a good practice to be into place
  • How to qualify for other FTAs beyond NAFTA

The seminar will be held on November 18, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia, at the Glenn Hotel.  Cost is $350 and attendees will receive a continental breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack and materials.

Space is limited so be sure to sign up today to confirm your spot by completing this online form.

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