Cross Border Trade And Distribution Channels To Grow Business
Seafood has no borders, but countries do. To succeed in an increasingly competitive marketplace, the industry must be connected globally. In this session you will learn how your company can supply global customers through cross border trade activity, and gain greater understanding of international trade and tariff logistics, Canadian export requirements, strategic air, freight and transportation channels and regulations such as Air Cargo Security requirements.
Date: Sunday, June 14, 2015
Place: Comox Valley
Time: 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Hosted and Sponsored by: Flying Fresh Freight
Moderated by: Sandy Moreland, Flying Fresh Freight
1. William Lee, P. Log, CCS, CTCS, CIFFA Pacific Custom Brokers Air Freight Manager with PCB Freight Management - a sister company to Pacific Customs Brokers. William has over 25 years of experience in the transportation, warehousing, and logistics industry.
2. Jim Wang Transport Canada
3. Sandy Moreland Flying Fresh Freight A career in the Aviation and Aviation related businesses, that has included working with some of the world's best airlines, such as Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines and Cathay Pacific, having worked and lived in Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand and North America.
BC Seafood Expo And Workshop Series
This event is one of the many industry workshops offered in the BC Seafood Expo and Workshop Series. Leaders in the fields of aquaculture research and development, exporting, shipping, innovation and knowledge mobilization and certifications, will present professional development and industry sessions for aquaculture producers, suppliers and distribution chain providers, coupled by an Aquaculture Industry Trade show Expo. Concurrent seminars for the general public will feature Chefs, local shellfish and aquaculture educators and leaders to share cooking techniques, discuss environmental impacts on aquaculture, and more.