USMCA is the new NAFTA. After 25 years, the United States, Canada, and Mexico have approved the agreement which went into force on July 1, 2020. The USMCA’s entry into force symbolizes the beginning of a new chapter for North American trade by supporting more balanced, reciprocal trade, and stronger economic development in North America. The USMCA contains enhancements and modernized approaches to rules of origin, agricultural market access, intellectual property, digital trade, financial services, labor, and numerous other sectors.
What is CUSMA? CUSMA (Canada United States Mexico Agreement) is what Canada named the updated NAFTA Agreement. The U.S. named the same agreement USMCA.
What is T-MEC? T-MEC (Tratado entre Mexico Estados Unidos y Canada) is what Mexico name the updated NAFTA Agreement. The U.S. named the same agreement USMCA.
What You Will Learn
Learn from our experts who have real-world experience. Our experts have been in your shoes and can relate to your issues and concerns. Our USMCA training course will teach you how the USMCA is going to impact your business. Learn what the new changes mean for you and how it will affect your current NAFTA process. USMCA went into effect July 1, 2020.
The instructor tailors each USMCA webinar or class depending on the industries present in the class. The instructor will cover the following sectors when present:
- USMCA changes for automotive
- USMCA changes for chemicals
- USMCA changes for textiles and apparel
- USMCA changes for agriculture goods
- USMCA changes for iron and steel
While some will have little impact, others may have to possibly change their supply chain to continue to benefit under the new agreement.
USMCA Training Course Will Benefit
Exporters, Importers, Compliance Officers, ISO Managers, Purchasing, Sales/Marketing, Logistics, Traffic, Customer Service, Plant Managers, Operations Manager, Credit Managers, Controllers, Engineering, Legal, Customs Brokers, Freight Forwarders.
USMCA training course will especially benefit anyone involved with or responsible for qualifying goods under USMCA (formerly NAFTA).