BARRINGTON, IL— Boomerang carnets® announces a “first-of-its-kind” free online webinar exclusively geared to CFOs on the financial management potential and cost saving features of an internationally accepted customs document, the ATA Carnet or

“Merchandise Passport” on Tuesday, October 12th, 11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. US/Central Time via RingCentral. Expert speakers will introduce the many benefits of this unique temporary export document which allows
the importation and re-exportation of goods and merchandise into 87+ countries and territories import-duty and -tax free. CFOs are in the unique position to initiate growth and save money.

Here they will learn techniques on how to recognize and reduce or eliminate “overseas deposits” from balance sheets and avoid waiting for foreign duty
recovery. Attendees will have access to a recording of the webinar for reference. Registration is FREE and links to register can be found on the boomerang carnets website atacarnet.com, or boomerang carnets pages on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Speakers are Curt E.H. Wilson, President & CEO of boomerang carnets, Declan Daly Senior VP & CFO for The U.S. Council for International Business (USCIB) and moderated by Kiel Ursin, ATA Carnet Specialist of boomerang carnets. Wilson brings 35 years of expertise in the ATA Carnet business that includes carnet bond underwriting, logistics, carnet claims management, client relationship management, cargo insurance, and new product development. Daly brings 30 years of experience and oversees ATA Carnet and Trade Services and IT for USCIB. The USCIB is appointed by U.S. Customs, now an agency of the Department of Homeland Security, to manage the ATA Carnet system in the U.S.  The U.S. Council issues over 20,000 carnets a year covering goods valued at approximately $8 billion dollars.  Boomerang carnets is an ATA Carnet Service Provider to USCIB.

Contact: 847.852.3104 for details.

For additional information:

Moira Wilson, Director of Marketing & Brand Development, 847-852-3104 office, [email protected]

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