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Title: UPS PowerPoint Presentation Template

Panel Discussion on Transportation
Customs ASEAN, China, Laos, United States,
Thailand Sunny Chia Director International
Trade Services UPS Asia Pacific Region
  • 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

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
  • 423,300 employees worldwide (8th largest global
  • Delivery fleet of 88,000 delivery vehicles.
  • Worlds 9th largest airline with more than 268
  • 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.

UPS Global Customs Trade Compliance Guiding
  • Full compliance with all governmental laws and
  • Eliminate trade barriers
  • Simplify border clearance regulations and
  • 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
WCO Framework of Standards to Secure
Facilitate Global Trade
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
  • Promote the seamless movement of goods through
    international trade supply chains.
  • Contribute to a Safer World.

WCO Framework of Standards 4 CORE Principles
  • 1) Advance electronic information
  • Harmonise the advance electronic information
    requirement on inbound, outbound and transit
  • 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
  • 4) Business partnerships
  • Establishing Customs to Business partnerships and
    promoting the implementation of an Authorised
    Economic Operator program

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
  • 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)
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
  •     Objective To reduce paper documents for
    trade-related procedures and automate/
    computerise trade-related procedures. 5.
    Harmonisation of Tariff Structure with the HS
  •     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.

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
  • 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

Association of South East Asian Nations - ASEAN
  • 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.)

  • 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
  • Leverage on Technology and Risk Management
  • Strengthen the Partnership between Customs and
  • Simplify Harmonize to Promote the seamless and
    efficient movement of goods across international
    trade supply chains !

Thank You !