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ACE System Seminar


December 5, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 4:30 pm


Williamson College of Business and Administration

21 North Hazel Street
Youngstown, OH 44503 United States

Whether you or your freight forwarder complete the EEI filing on the ACE system, accurate and correct reporting is mandatory for all U.S. exports.

ACE System – Automated Commercial Environment Training Seminar

Wednesday, December 5th, 8am to 4:30pm at Youngstown State University

The responsibility of intentional or unintentional mistakes is always the exporter’s responsibility.

The Bureau of Industry & Security (BIS), the State Department, and the U.S. Census Bureau have the complete authority to access your data, review and monitor any errors, licenses, end-user information and much more to ensure exporters are in compliance. Learn how to catch your errors and mistakes before they do.

Who should attend:

·     Anyone who is involved in international trade and has an ACE filing account, regardless whether or not your forwarder files on your behalf

·     The exporting team in addition to the higher management and owners

·     Company’s supply chain manager, CFO, documents & record keeping officer

Compliance managers


Trade Regulation

·     Shannon Barley – Supervisory Survey Statistician

·     U.S. Census Bureau – Washington D.C. Office

Export Shipment Filings in AESDirect (ACE)

·     Alexander George – Survey Statistician

·     U.S. Census Bureau – Washington D.C. Office

Commodity Classification

·     Crystal Carmon – Supervisory Survey Statistician

·     U.S. Census Bureau – Washington D.C. Office

Customs and Boarder Protection

·     Representative from the Cleveland Office (Tentatively)


Learn how to avoid costly mistakes before they happen!