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Automotive Tariff

Learn to Navigate Classification for the Automotive Industries

The automotive industry faces challenges when manufacturing and shipping products globally. With trade agreements, duties, and regulations, it can become a great effort to keep up with the trade compliance challenges. This U.S. auto tariff webinar will help you develop a solid foundation with properly classified products to ensure correct duties and eligibility of preferential duty programs, such as USMCA.

$395
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Half-Day Class
Webinars: 9am-12:30pm CT
One 15min break

We recommend you attend our Tariff Classification webinar prior to taking the Automotive Tariff Webinar.

Course Features
Small Class Size
3.5 Hrs Teaching
PDF of Slides
Certificate of Completion
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This webinar is a specialty class, you will receive the instructor’s PPT as the course material.

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Classification for the Automotive Industry Agenda

9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (Central Time) – Webinar
PowerPoint presentation provided
  1. INTRODUCTION
    1. History
    2. Authority to Classify
  2. HARMONIZED TARIFF SCHEDULE OF THE U.S.
    1. Components of the HTSUS
    2. Anatomy of a Tariff number
    3. Rates of Duty
    4. Table of Contents
    5. Section Notes
    6. Chapter Notes
  3. GENERAL & ADDITIONAL US RULES OF INTERPRETATION
    1. Order of application
    2. An explanatory walk through of GRI 1-4 and GRI 5 and 6 in relation to 1-4
  4. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR CLASSIFYING AUTOMOTIVE GOODS
  5. UTILIZING THE GRI’s TO IDENTIFY THE MOST APPROPRIATE AUTOMOTIVE PARTS HEADING
    AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCT EXERCISES USING:

    1. GRI 1
    2. GRI 2(a)
    3. GRI 2(b)
    4. GRI 3
    5. GRI 3(a)
    6. GRI 3(b)
    7. GRI 3(c)
    8. GRI 4
    9. GRI 5(a)
    10. GRI 5(b)
    11. GRI 6
  6. STEPS FOR EFFECTIVE CLASSIFICATION
    1. Identification (Product Attributes)
    2. Association (Headings)
    3. Application (GRI’s Legal Notes, Ruling, Explanatory Notes)
    4. Justification (Analysis)
    5. Classification (Assign 10-digit HTSUS #)
  7. MOST COMMON AUTOMOTIVE CLASSIFICATION ERRORS
  8. CLASSIFICATION RESOURCES
    1. Explanatory Notes
    2. CBP Rulings(www.rulings.cbp.gov)
    3. Informed Compliance Publications
    4. Technical Literature
    5. Bill of Material
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