AEO Discussion on Podcast
Customs Insights Managing Director – Terry Clear – was invited to join the Supply Chain Academy’s popular series of podcasts, where they are regularly talking ‘all things supply chain’ with industry experts and leaders.
Terry joined host Alex Mortimer – Supply Chain Academy Director – to discuss Best Practice in Global Trade, with particular focus on AEO, in what was the fifth in the series.
You can listen to the podcast here.
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Alex and Terry discuss the following during the podcast:
Best Practice in Global Trade
Clearly Government is pushing Export with their Exporting is Great initiative as the UK imports more than we export so…
- What Customs Insights does
- What is happening out there at the moment with Global trade
- What is AEO and why Is thinking about AEO crucial to business leaders?
- What business leaders need to start thinking about?
- What struggles there might there be? What their pain points are? What’s the solution?
- His top tips on best practice
To find out more about AEO and the services that Customs Insights can provide in helping companies through the process, then please call 01304 211652 or email email@example.com
For more on the Supply Chain Academy, or to listen to other podcasts in the series then please visit www.supplychainacademy.org.uk.
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