Successful Global Supply Chains Require Timely Access to Complete and Accurate Global Trade Content
Organizations buying or selling goods globally grapple with managing an extended group of global trading partners, a complex array of country-specific trade regulations, and a competitive environment requiring shortened cycle times and reduced global logistics costs.
Companies with strong global supply chains are able to quickly and easily perform country-specific compliance checks for imported and exported goods; streamline and manage the selection of global carriers, and instantly book and manage international freight; automatically track product, container and shipment level details as goods move around the world; collaborate with foreign suppliers; and lower costs by taking advantage of preferential duty programs.
Performing these capabilities, however, requires content.
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