Effective July 1, 2020, the new USMCA trade agreement replaces NAFTA as the trilateral free trade agreement between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. The automotive industry is significantly affected by dramatic rule changes, including an increase in overall value content requirements, the introduction of the Labor Value Content (LVC) requirements, and new categories and requirements for automotive parts.
The new USMCA Content Reporting course – developed by OEM, supplier, and free trade agreement experts – is an in-depth, comprehensive training geared toward automotive trade compliance practitioners and working managers.
Trade compliance analysts, practitioners, and working managers. Customs compliance managers. Supply chain analysts involved in international trade or free trade agreement qualification. International trade compliance managers and key staff. Licensed Customs Brokers, or those wishing to increase their depth of knowledge of USMCA compliance.
- In depth review of the Rules of Origin, complete with industry-relevant examples
- In depth review of the Core, Principal, and Complementary Tables for Passenger Vehicles, Light and Heavy Trucks, and how to identify when to use the tables, and how to calculate RVC (Regional Value Content)
- A step-by-step qualification process to qualify your goods as eligible
- In depth review of specific terms, complete with examples (e.g. de minimus, intermediate goods, averaging, etc.)
- Origin Certification - required data elements, industry-developed certification template
- A comprehensive handbook (AIAG TCPCW-1), which will serve as a future reference guide including detailed qualification examples