Annual Conference Roundtables to Feature Agencies & Hot Topics

May 23, 2018

The 97th Annual AAEI Conference and Expo will feature the return of AAEI’s popular Roundtables session. This will be attendees’ opportunity for face-to-face interaction with government agency representatives and industry leaders.  The agencies and hot topics will include: New Tariffs Trump Trade Policy ACE/AES Filings Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Bureau of Industry and …

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CBP Commissioner McAleenan to Deliver Keynote

May 23, 2018

AAEI is pleased to announce that Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Kevin McAleenan will deliver the Luncheon Keynote speech at attendees of the 2018 AAEI Annual Conference on Friday, June 8, 2018. Commissioner McAleenan was sworn in on March 20, 2018. Prior to his confirmation, Mr. McAleenan served as the Acting Commissioner …

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2018 Annual Conference Registration

April 19, 2018

Attendee registration is open for the 97th Annual AAEI Conference and Expo, which will be held in Baltimore, Maryland from June 6-8, 2018. AAEI has lowered the registration rate for members and simplified the pricing structure. Standard rates for registration currently are in effect. AAEI’s theme for the 2018 annual conference is, Inflection Point: The Future …

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McAleenan Sworn In as CBP Commissioner

April 17, 2018

Kevin K. McAleenan was sworn in on March 20, 2018, as Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Prior to his confirmation, Mr. McAleenan served as the Acting Commissioner since January 20, 2017.  The Senate confirmed the Commissioner’s nomination after Finance Committee voted unanimously to approve it in December.  Last summer, the Acting Commissioner …

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2017 Trade Trends Report

November 7, 2017

Now Available: Results from the AAEI Survey on Sourcing, Trade and e-Commerce, conducted in partnership with Amber Road, are now available for free download. What’s in the report? Early in 2017, the WTO expected trade volumes to rebound from its tepid performance in 2016, but only if the global economy recovered as expected and governments …

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