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Expanding Trade and Customs Firm Adds Two Consultants

Monday, October 01, 2012

Hong Kong SAR, China — Oct. 1, 2012  Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Ltd. (ST&R), a leading international trade and customs consulting firm, announced today that Sharon Heshan Cui and Patricia Lui have joined the firm’s growing Hong Kong office as consultants. Ms. Lui and Ms. Cui will both assist in advising companies on customs, trade and related supply chain and logistics matters in China and Hong Kong.

“We are extremely delighted to have such bright and talented individuals join our practice to help deliver quality international trade and customs advice to our clients,” said John Kwak, vice president of customs consulting and compliance for ST&R Limited. “They will help to anchor our expanding practice in Hong Kong and the Asia-Pacific region.”

Both Ms. Cui and Ms. Lui are graduates of The University of Hong Kong. Ms. Lui recently earned her bachelor’s degree in law, while Ms. Cui holds a J.D. degree. Ms. Cui also holds a double bachelor’s degree in law and economics from Tsinghua University, where she volunteered in the Legal Aid Center and served as editor for a project allowing judges and legal experts both within and outside of China to contribute to the evolution of Chinese case law through ongoing dialogue on “guiding cases” released by the Supreme People’s Court.

Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. (ST&R) is a customs and international trade law firm concentrating its practice in assisting clients with the movement of goods, personnel and ideas across international borders. ST&R provides governments, manufacturers, importers, exporters and retailers the advice and counsel they require to succeed amid the constantly changing demands of global trade.

Sandler & Travis Trade Advisory Services Inc. (STTAS), which is affiliated with ST&R, is recognized as the leading provider of customs and international trade advisory services to the public and private sectors. STTAS offers hands-on global import/export solutions for multinational companies eager to increase their ability to move merchandise across international borders in an efficient, seamless and compliant manner. STTAS also assists governments throughout the world in building customs agencies and procedures that expand import and export capabilities, reduce risk factors and comply with international standards.

Combined, ST&R and STTAS are currently the largest provider of customs and international trade services worldwide with more than 600 global trade professionals located in 12 offices in six countries. Our success is based on a combination of unsurpassed domain expertise, proprietary technology and business process best practices.

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