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In his latest blog, BDP's VP of Government and Industry Affairs, Michael Ford, reviews how to properly and compliantly evaluate Unverified Entities and the Bureau of Industry Security's (BIS) Unverified list.
Neil Wheeldon, Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer, discusses how companies can face logistics disruption head-on by establishing and designing optimized supply chains built with resilience.
As we (happily) close the book on 2021, we're taking a look back at some of our top blogs of the year as determined by our readers!
In his latest blog, Michael Ford - VP of Government and Industry Affairs, reviews the recent signing of H.R. 6256 and what steps shippers can take to ensure supply chains are compliant with the new law.
Census has posted a request to add a new data element to the EEI and also fix a few errors that exist within the filing of US exports in AES.
When we think of the “future” in terms of the global supply chain, images of advanced technology and new forms of disruption are usually among the things international shippers are most concerned about. With 2021 at its end, the “future” is right around the corner.
In our latest episode of Talking Trade, special guest Michael Ford, BDP's VP of Government and Industry Affairs, takes an in-depth look at some of the biggest trade issues from 2021 and what key developments will have an impact on shippers in 2022.
Any company that relies on a global supply chain is suffering to a degree right now. BDP's Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer, Neil Wheeldon, reminds supply chain managers that even when conditions seem dire, there are always steps an organization can take to keep moving forward.
Learn how BDP International enhanced its commitment to achieve CEIV certification by undergoing a live, in-house training led by IATA. The course features two modules of eight days' training focusing on Temperature-Controlled Cargo Operations; and Audit, Quality and Risk Management for Temperature-Controlled Cargo.
In a recent announcement in the Federal Register, the Federal Maritime Committee has announced they seek an additional member for the National Shipper Advisory Committee.