Canada & Mexico Transborder Program
Thursday September 19th
9:00 – 11:30 Transborder Canada
11:30 – 12:30 Lunch
12:30 – 3:00 Transborder Mexico
Join us for one or both sessions located at:
20 State Farm Place, Malta, NY 12020
Topics to be discussed:
• Basic needs for border crossing into Mexico/Canada
• Documentation, paperwork, pedimentos
• Recent changes
• Temporary shipments such as trade show, conference, tools of trade, etc
• Non Resident Entries
• GST, PST, HST, Duties
• Factors that may add complexity to border crossing
• Various routes of travel and process of clearing
Who should attend? This is a great class for anyone wanting to enter the Canadian or Mexican markets. It will also benefit those needing a review or update of their processes. If you are a Traffic manager, Purchasing manager, Shipping and Receiving Personnel, Compliance officer, Sales manager, Logistics Manager, CFO, or anyone looking to better understand the transborder process, this will be the class for you.
This is a FREE course courtesy of Mainfreight and the Saratoga Economic Development Corporation. A light lunch will be served from 11:30 – 12:30. Seating will be limited so please register with us as soon as possible as this class tends to fill up quickly.
Please email Tracy Zayac firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to reserve your seats today. You may also call 518-857-1341.
Craig Meador, Director, Canada Business Development, Mainfreight Inc
Craig has 34 years of industry experience with 17 being Transborder Canada and 16 years with Mainfreight USA. He’s trained throughout the US on business related topics such as Incoterms, Letters of Credit, Non-Resident Importer Process, Canada taxes GST, PST, HST. Currently, Craig manages North American Operations between Canada and the USA for all transborder transactions, operations, and sales.
Annabel Mahnke, Director, Mexico Business Development, Mainfreight Inc
Born and raised in Mexico City, Annabel brings over 10 years of experience in the freight forwarding business; focusing for the past 7 years in the bilateral trade between Mexico and the United States. Starting as an accounting clerk, Annabel has held different positions within the industry including accounting supervisor and branch manager before joining Mainfreight in 2010 as a Director of Trans-Border Mexico. Her responsibility is the development of this market for Mainfreight, creating a reliable network of carriers and service providers to accommodate the needs of the Mainfreight team and customer.