Preferred Shipping & EXIM Bank Free Webinar on Document Compliance

March 29, 2018

Preferred Shipping & EXIM Bank Free Webinar on Document Compliance

by Adam Young

by Adam Young

Export Documentation Compliance: Getting PAID
Watch the Webinar Recording

International shipments often face customs and delivery challenges.

These challenges are often due to inaccurate export documentation which can lead to payment problems.

If you missed the webinar or want to review it again the recording is now available. Preferred’s Vice President, Michael J. Ryan, Preferred’s Senior Vice President of Operations, Adam Young, and EXIM Bank’s Regional Director of Greater Houston, Eric A. Miller discuss how to avoid costly documentation errors, streamline your logistics operations, and protect against nonpayment risk.

Topics covered include:

  • Five key elements to ensuring document accuracy
  • Logistics planning for international markets
  • Protecting against nonpayment
  • Competitive positioning with credit enhancement

Michael J. Ryan
Executive Vice-PresidentPreferred Shipping

Mr. Ryan has specialized in developing integrated shipping soluions for small to medium sized business (SMB) that do not have the resources or buying power of larger organizations. Prior to joining Preferred Shipping he held executive positions with DHL Express, GENCO (a FedEx Company) and DSC Logistics.

Adam Young
Senior Vice-President of Operations
, Preferred Shipping

Adam has been with the Preferred Shipping Team for over 16 years. He is an expert on document compliance and international customs regulations. He is responsible for developing and implementing sales, marketing, training and technology strategies for Preferred that benefit SMBs helping them achieve their international growth goals.

Eric A. Miller, CGBP
Regional Director Greater Houston, 

Eric is EXIM Bank’s Houston Regional Director. Prior to joining EXIM Bank, Eric worked in the Oil & Gas sector where he turned EXIM’s financial products into a strategic advantage for his company to grow sales in new international markets.

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