International Trade & Transport – Protecting New Zealand’S Border
Come along to listen to the latest trends in Logistics & Forwarding. Never have we witnessed such a large degree of political, economic, social, technological, environmental and legal changes influencing this industry. Especially in New Zealand, with regulations around protection of our natural flora, fauna and agricultural sector. As the difficulty of modern transport and logistics grows, understanding how our border control agencies work is enlightening information to help your business. Enjoy Breakfast, Coffee & Tea at the courtesy of DHL Global Forwarding and be enlightened by speakers from DHL Global Forwarding, NZ Customs & the NZ Ministry of Primary Industries.
About the Speakers
Christy Knappe - Manager Consulting Services German-New Zealand Chamber of Commerce Inc.
Ian Kininmonth -> DHL Global Forwarding Christchurch Branch Manager
Glenn Coldham -> NZ Head of Customs DHL Global Forwarding / Customs Manager and President of CBAFF (Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Federation of New Zealand) whom will also give an interesting update session on INCOTERMS.
Plus guest speakers from NZ Customs Department and NZ Ministry of Primary Industries
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