GLOBAL WIZARD

Export Documentation Software, Denied Persons Screening, and Compliance System for International Trade

Welcome to Global Wizard, the timesaver of international trade. Global Wizard is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) application that includes the modules your company needs to complete Denied Persons Screening, determine International Trade Requirements, and fulfill Import/Export Documentation Requirements for over 200 countries. Our program assists global traders in the generation of import and export documents and completing the trade compliance process.

Designed and updated by global trade experts, and hosted and managed on our secure and reliable dedicated servers, Global Wizard makes international trading easier, faster, and more cost effective for businesses. Since it is based on transaction-based pricing, the system has a rapid payoff and a high return on investment (ROI) for small and large companies alike.

How can Global Wizard help your company? Visit our product pages, watch a quick Global Wizard product demo, and if you have any questions or would like more information please Contact Us today.


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  • Several countries impose import restrictions on German poultry over bird flu
    HAMBURG – Several countries have placed import restrictions on German poultry following outbreaks of bird flu in the country, German authorities said on Wednesday. Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Bosnia and Herzegovina and South Africa have put import restrictions on German poultry and poultry products, the German state government of... Read more »

  • TPP Not Being Pushed Through This Congress
    Yesterday, Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg reported in their Trade Report that it’s unlikely for Congress to vote regarding the Trans-Pacific Partnership this session. A similar situation exists with the EU and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and its status. Incoming President Donald Trump has been clear in his disapproval of... Read more »

  • Destination Control Statement Changes Finalized in August of 2016 Effective Mid November
    In mid November, the language of the Destination Control statement changes according to the Federal Register. https://www.bis.doc.gov/index.php/regulations/federal-register-notices#fr54721 § 758.6 Destination control statement and other information furnished to consignees. (a) The exporter must incorporate the following information as an integral part of the commercial invoice whenever items on the Commerce Control... Read more »

  • Commerce/BIS Amends EAR to Permit Electronic Filing of Reports of Requests for Restrictive Trade Practice or Boycott
    https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2016-10-14/pdf/2016-24831.pdf In this rule, the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) amends the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) to permit electronic submission as an additional method available to United States persons for reporting requests they receive to take certain actions in furtherance or support of an unsanctioned foreign boycott, as required... Read more »

  • China lifts 13-year ban on beef imports from U.S.
    American steak could soon be back on the menu in China after officials announced the lifting of a 13-year ban on imports of beef from the U.S. Restoring exports to China is a top priority for U.S. farmers because they want to take advantage of the country’s growing demand for... Read more »

  • $14 Billion In Cargo Stranded At Sea, On Hanjin Ships
    The fallout from last week’s historic bankruptcy of one of the world’s biggest shipping lines, Hanjin Shipping, continued with little resolution with as much as $14 billion worth of cargo stranded at sea. Read More

  • Harmonized Destination Control Statement
    CTP reports: With the efforts underway for Export Control Reform, BIS has recently published final rules regarding the harmonization of the Destination Control Statement across ITAR and EAR shipments (and those containing products of both designations). The purpose of the DCS is to notify consignees and end users that the... Read more »

  • Decrementing Export Licenses in the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE)
    The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), working with U.S. Customs and Border Protection, deployed a new AES function to assist filers reporting BIS-licensed exports. On July 28, 2016, AES began decrementing the BIS license value and now returns one or more Informational Messages to the filer. These messages will... Read more »

  • FTA Documents in Global Wizard
    Documents here, documents there. Global Wizard’s Shipment Wizard generates documents, and we offer many Free Trade Agreement documents amongst our selection for what we can provide within shipments. They are: NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) – in English, Spanish, or French CAFTA (Central American Free Trade Agreement) US/Chile Free Trade Agreement... Read more »

  • US and Mexico and the TPP
    New exporters to Mexico and seasoned veterans alike look to benefit from the US/MX trade relationship in general due to the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Tradeology, a US government blog, explores this: The TPP will go beyond NAFTA by adopting higher standards and stronger provisions in areas like e-commerce, anti-corruption, state-owned enterprises,... Read more »