March 15th should be etched in the diaries of anyone involved in cross-border eCommerce.
Two major regulatory events – the US STOP Act and ICS2 – come into force on this date.
Both will require cross-border traders to ensure they are providing complete and valid electronic data on their parcels.
Without it, several hundred million parcels are likely to get stuck at customs leading to increased costs, delays and, worst of all, reputational damage with customers.
The Tamebay webinar on March 15 will hear from Hurricane’s Martyn Noble and Bram Buijs. They will explain more about these and other regulations impacting cross-border eCommerce in 2021 and, crucially, what it means for businesses.
We’ll explain the critical importance of having complete and valid data (including HS6 codes, product descriptions, country of origin etc.) and also ensuring you are screening effectively for prohibited and restricted goods and so called denied parties.
This webinar is a must watch for merchants, marketplaces, carriers and anyone else involved in the cross-border supply chain.
To register for this event, follow the link below –