Sector: Automotive products
Market region: Mexico, Latin America and the Caribbean
Ontario remains committed to creating opportunities for our business community to help them remain strong and get back up and running during these unprecedented times. As a part of this commitment, the Government of Ontario is offering a series of free webinars to help reboot your export business.
The webinar will cover topics such as:
- CUSMA best practices, trends and principles: how to avoid common pitfalls and compliance issues. While the new agreement takes effect on July 1, 2020, the implementation process may take much longer to roll out across all jurisdictions. Industries, including automotive, steel and aluminum, will be permitted extensions to ensure compliance with the stricter requirements.
- Road Freight Market: how to overcome the logistical challenges brought out by COVID-19 related to the Canada-US and US-Mexico borders and capacity shortages.
While the content of the webinar won’t be specific to a particular industry, presenting partner Kuehene+Nagel brings considerable expertise to aerospace, automotive, fast moving and consuming goods, high tech, industrial products, and retail.
Confirmed speakers include:
Chad Swance, Director, Regulatory Affairs and Trade Compliance, Kuehne+Nagel.
Chad Swance has over 15 years of experience with a unique experiential background within the operation of multinational corporations and the Government of Canada. Chad navigates corporations through complex national and international legislation, regulation and agreements while understanding the operational impacts on business functions. He is adept at understanding upcoming regulatory trends and analyzing future industry impact. Through his strong interpersonal and communication skills, Chad effectively extrapolates information from large corporations and governments alike.
Geoffrey Reeves, Regional Director (Central Canada), Road Logistics at Kuehne+Nagel
Geoffrey Reeves has over 20 years of experience in Road Logistics in Canada. He has worked in operations, sales, and customer service in both asset-based trucking companies as well as with third party logistics companies. His experience covers all modes of ground transportation as well as distribution and supply chain design and management. Geoffrey studied History and Political Science at the University of British Columbia and holds a certificate in Freight Forwarding from the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA).
Register by: July 13, 2020
Ontario continues to support our companies by delivering revamped export programs that will help connect suppliers, educate our partners, and build our economy. If you have any questions about this webinar, contact: Fabiola Sicard.