The Automated Commercial Environment, or ACE, has been reshaping US importing and exporting for the last 12 months as the different trade processes, filings and reports  are implemented in the new CBP system.  What has all this meant for the trade and specifically for those operating in US Foreign-Trade Zones (FTZs)?

With the next deadline of May 31st on the horizon, which includes the mandatory filing of some zone entries and entry summaries in ACE, and as more Participating Government Agencies (PGAs) are requiring electronic filing of data on these ACE filings, companies utilizing FTZs are looking for resources to help guide them with meeting this deadline.

Integration Point and the Rockefeller Group invites you to join us for a free, educational 60 minute webcast to learn more about PGA filing requirements specific to FTZs and resources that will make this transition to ACE easier.   The webcast will be held on Thursday, April 21, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. EST and will provide attendees with a chance to learn about PGA requirements for FTZs, questions to consider in finding the data needed and timing requirements when it comes to ACE and PGA reporting.  The presenter, Rebecca Williams, Managing Director of Rockefeller Group Foreign Trade Zone Services, will walk attendees through the requirements, timing, and available resources during this webcast.   

During the webcast, attendees will gain knowledge of:

  • Determining whether your importations are subject to PGA data reporting requirements
  • Understanding the current schedule for PGA data collection in ACE.
  • Identifying FTZ’s unique PGA reporting requirements and point of data transmission in ACE
  • Preparing for the go-live date of May 31st and next steps

To register, click here.