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Canadian Apparel Federation hosts seminars
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The Canadian Apparel Federation (CAF) is the national association for Canada's apparel industry. CAF stands up for the industry, and is your source for information and advice on national and international issues, and for industry-specific services.

CAF is going to organize seminars on customs regulations.

Canadian and U.S. Customs and Trade policy update for the apparel sector:

Montreal - Tuesday May 17 (Hotel Ruby Foo's) 8:30 a.m. - noon
Toronto - Wednesday May 18, (Westin Prince Hotel) 8:30 a.m. - noon
Winnipeg - Wednesday June 1 (location TBC)
Vancouver - Thursday June 2, (Location TBC)

Presented by: Gerald Horn and Glenn Cickello, Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg

This seminar will provide participants with an update on customs and trade issues in Canada and the United States affecting the apparel industry. The seminar will outline important issues and will be especially relevant to established importers and exporters. Better knowledge of the topics outlined in the seminar will allow companies to save money and deliver merchandise to their customers on a more timely basis.

The sourcing practices of Canadian firms are becoming more complex and many firms are producing goods in multiple countries for sale in both the U.S. and Canada.

Sourcing and customs compliance managers need to understand changing policies and the changing sourcing landscape. This seminar will allow firms to approach their sourcing activities more systematically, and enable companies to better understand the impact of changing customs regulations on their operations.

Canadian Apparel Federation


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