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1
Panel Discussion on Transportation
Customs ASEAN, China, Laos, United States,
Thailand Sunny Chia Director International
Trade Services UPS Asia Pacific Region
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Agenda
  • UPS Global Customs Trade Compliance
  • - Guiding Principles
  • Relevance of Supply Chains to Business
  • WCO SAFE Framework
  • APEC Trade Facilitation Action Plan II
  • ASEAN Single Window
  • Summary

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Getting to know us - UPS
  • Founded in 1907 in Seattle, Washington.
  • Worlds largest package delivery company and
    global leader in supply chain services.
  • Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Service to and from more than 200 countries
    territories.
  • 423,300 employees worldwide (8th largest global
    employer).
  • Delivery fleet of 88,000 delivery vehicles.
  • Worlds 9th largest airline with more than 268
    aircraft.
  • 2007 revenue US49.7B on a volume of 4 billion
    packages and documents.
  • We move 15.8 million packages a day 7 percent of
    U.S. GDP.

4
UPS Global Customs Trade Compliance Guiding
Principles
  • Full compliance with all governmental laws and
    regulations
  • Eliminate trade barriers
  • Simplify border clearance regulations and
    procedures
  • Increase low value thresholds and entry limits
  • Reduction in paperwork
  • Protect UPS brand and reputation
  • Global consistency

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Relevance of Supply Chains to Business
  • Globalisation and the Expansion of Global
    Trade are irreversible.
  • Global businesses will give preference to
    companies with a very strong Supply Chain
    Security Program.
  • Investments in infrastructure for a healthy
    supply chain
  • Inefficient Supply Chains result in poor
    customer service and weaker financial results

McKinsey estimates 85 of worlds GDP will be
sold across intl borders within 20 years
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WCO Framework of Standards to Secure
Facilitate Global Trade
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WCO SAFE Framework
  • Facilitation in a Global Environment….
  • Establish Standards that provide Supply Chain
    Security and Facilitation at a global level to
    promote certainty and predictability.
  • Strengthen the Partnership between Customs and
    Trade.
  • Promote the seamless movement of goods through
    international trade supply chains.
  • Contribute to a Safer World.

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WCO Framework of Standards 4 CORE Principles
  • 1) Advance electronic information
  • Harmonise the advance electronic information
    requirement on inbound, outbound and transit
    shipments.
  • 2) Risk management
  • Implementing and Conducting Risk Management for
    selecting high risk goods.
  • 3) Outbound inspection
  • Mutual recognition of controls and authority and
    ability to inspect imports, exports and goods in
    transit
  • 4) Business partnerships
  • Establishing Customs to Business partnerships and
    promoting the implementation of an Authorised
    Economic Operator program

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International Customs Fora
Australia - 2007 Mexico (2002) Brunei
(2000) New Zealand (1999) Canada (1997) Papua
New Guinea Chile (2004) Peru - 2008 China
(2001) Philippines (1996) Hong
Kong Russia Indonesia (1994) Singapore -
2009 Japan (1995) - 2010 Chinese Taipei Korea
(2005) Thailand (2003) Malaysia (1998) USA
(1993) Vietnam (2006)
APEC Means Business
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  • Trade Facilitation Action Plan (TFAP II)
  • APEC Ministers concluded in 2006 that APEC had
    met the 2001 Shanghai target of a 5 reduction in
    trade transaction costs by 2006.
  • A new action plan known as APECs second Trade
    Facilitation Action Plan is now developed to
    achieve another 5 reduction in trade transaction
    costs by 2010. The Plan was endorsed by APEC
    Trade Ministers in July 2007.
  • The TFAP II includes
  • 1. Time Release Survey.
  • Objective To conduct self-evaluation of Trade
    Facilitation, find bottlenecks
    in the customs related procedures and to
    improve them.
  • 2. Implement APEC Framework based on the WCO
    Framework of Standards
  • Objective To secure and facilitate the global
    trade in the APEC Region.

Asia Pacific Economic Conference (APEC)
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Asia Pacific Economic Conference (APEC)
  • Trade Facilitation Action Plan (TFAP II)
  • 3. Simplification and Harmonisation on the Basis
    of the Kyoto Convention.    
  • Objective To improve efficiency in customs
    clearance and the delivery of goods
  • in order to benefit importers, exporters and
    manufacturers through simplified and harmonised
    customs procedures and best practices. 4.
    Paperless and/or Automation of Trade-related
    Procedures.
  •     Objective To reduce paper documents for
    trade-related procedures and automate/
    computerise trade-related procedures. 5.
    Harmonisation of Tariff Structure with the HS
    Convention.
  •     Objective To ensure consistency of
    application, certainty and a level playing field
  • for business through the HS Convention of the
    WCO, the standard international
  • harmonisation system the
    classification of goods.
  • 6. Appropriate, Transparent and Predictable
    Trade-related Procedures.
  •    Objective To realise appropriate,
    transparent and predictable trade procedures
    through consistent and non-discriminatory
    application and implementation of trade-related
    laws and regulations.

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International Customs Fora
Brunei Myanmar Cambodia Philippines Indonesia S
ingapore Laos Thailand Malaysia Vietnam
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Association of South East Asian Nations - ASEAN
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  • Seoul Initiative Action Plan (SIAP)
  • Proposed by Korea Customs and endorsed at the 5th
    ASEM Customs DG meeting in October 2003, Korea.
  • Objective Simplification and Harmonisation of
    Customs Institutions and Procedures, and Customs
    co-operation in East Asia (encompassing 10 ASEAN
    member countries plus Korea, China and Japan)
  • SIAP 5 Group Categorisation
  • I. Customs Procedures
  • Time Release Study (TRS)
  • Reduction of (Logistics) Costs relating to
    Transit Transhipment goods
  • ASEAN 3 Website
  • Database for customs procedures for ASEAN 3
  • Establishment of Single Window
  • Common Customs documentation form
  • Regional Authorised Trader (system)
  • Consultation with Private Sector

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Association of South East Asian Nations - ASEAN
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  • Seoul Initiative Action Plan 5 Group
    Categorisation (contd)
  • II. Integrity Transparency
  • Integrity, Reviews and Appeals
  • III. International Obligations
  • Revised Kyoto Convention
  • WTO Customs Valuation Agreement
  • IV. Rules of Origin
  • Harmonisation of Rules of Origin
  • Review of Rules of Origin
  • Internationally Agreed Rules of Origin
  • Verification and Certification of Origin
  • Identification of Advantage and Disadvantage of
    Certificate of Origin
  • V. Rules of Origin
  • Meeting of ASEAN 3 Customs DG/Commissioner
  • Capacity Building
  • Research Task Force
  • Use of Advanced Customs Techniques (Risk
    Management, IT etc.)

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Summary
  • Protecting, securing and facilitating the
    worldwide supply chains is a major
    responsibility involving all stakeholders.
  • Promote Certainty and Predictability as
    Disruptions have a major impact on the global
    economy.
  • Leverage on Technology and Risk Management
    Techniques.
  • Strengthen the Partnership between Customs and
    Trade.
  • Simplify Harmonize to Promote the seamless and
    efficient movement of goods across international
    trade supply chains !

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Thank You !
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