MITA is a valuable resource for Wisconsin’s international trade community. It offers a variety of events which not only provide tactical guidance for import and export trade operations, but also informs on the macro policy issues affecting global trade today."
The world of trade compliance is rapidly changing and grows more complex daily. It has become increasingly more difficult to stay up to date on changing regulations and the global economy. Komatsu holds trade and customs compliance in high regard. Becoming a MITA member allows for our teams to not only stay current in the world of trade, but also provides opportunities to share best practices as we all adapt to the changing times."
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MITA is a Madison, Wisconsin-based organization with the simple goal to connect and provide global know-how and resources to its members. MITA provides international trade information to the organizations and individuals looking to expand their international reach. From trade agreements to export documentation to economic trends and prevailing world issues, MITA keeps its members “in the know.”
Each week, M.E. Dey shares important stories related to trade and the supply chain. Here are the headlines… How the Russia-Ukraine war is worsening shipping snarls and pushing up freight rates (CNBC)‘Prepare for Turmoil’: China’s virus lockdowns ramp up supply-chain risks (SCMP)FMC Meeting Scheduled for March 16th Discussing Enforcement Activities (FMC)Weekly Supply Chain Disruption Roundup (NCBFAA) Be […]
In this Spotlight story you’ll hear from Beth Amestica, Trade Compliance Analyst with Milwaukee Tool. As a new member, we talked to Beth about why she joined MITA and what she’s already gained from her membership. Read on to hear what she has to say. Why did you decide to join MITA?A friend, who has […]
With nearly 400 million people in China under full or partial lockdown, the ripple effects of this disruption will have serious implications for America’s supply chain. The lockdowns represent roughly 40% of China’s gross domestic product and in effect could prove the most significant logistics disruption since the start of the pandemic. While ports like […]