Understanding Mexico’s AEO Program
Webinar: 1 CCS Credit
Authorized economic operator programs create a bridge between customs administrations’ focus on trade enforcement and the private sector’s interest in trade facilitation. AEO programs offer companies that meet compliance criteria and demonstrate the security of their supply chains a number of benefits, including a lower rate of physical inspections and examinations, faster release of shipments, and deferred payment of duties, taxes, fees, and charges.
Dozens of AEO programs are operating across the world, with increasing participation and cooperation from businesses. In addition, a growing number of countries have implemented mutual AEO recognition agreements and many more are under negotiation.
This webinar will explain the benefits and requirements of Mexico’s AEO program and how your company can participate.
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MIRSHA SAYNES is the Director of Consulting and Business Development for Sandler & Travis Mexico, resident in the Mexico City office. He has more than 14 years of international trade experience in both the public and private sectors in areas such as international trade consulting, audits, business development, public policy, international agreements, negotiation and public strategies. Prior to joining Sandler & Travis, Mr. Saynes worked in the Free Trade Agreements Directorate of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, where he was in charge of the NAFTA customs procedures chapter.