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.

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  • 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 »

  • Top Markets for US Exporters Ė Explore!
    As you look to grow your exports, are you finding markets in the best countries for your product line? Find your best international markets by industry in this blog post on June 14th on Export Compliance Matters. Last week the Commerce Departmentís International Trade Administration (ITA) released the†second installment of... Read more »

  • Maritime Organization (IMO) Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS)
    SOLAS – are you ready? On July 1, 2016, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) container weight verification requirements or Verified Gross Mass (VGM) will take effect, requiring all containers and their contents to be weighed prior to vessel loading to be accepted on board.†Read... Read more »

  • US Introduces Bill to Designate India as its Special Global Partner ó Would amend AECA
    Two top US lawmakers have introduced a legislation in the House of Representatives to designate India as a ‘special global partner’ of the US, and take steps to ramp up engagement and deepen bilateral collaboration on a host of issues, including defense. Read More Here

    June 9, 2016 REMOVAL OF AES LICENSE TYPE CODE C32, NO LICENSE REQUIRED (NLR) Effective on October 1, 2016, the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security will remove the license type C32, No License Required (NLR), from the list of License Types in the Automated Export System (AES).†... Read more »

  • US Trade Deficit Rises
    Imports are rising. †In early June, US News and World Report gave information from the Commerce Department: The Commerce Department said Friday that the deficit increased 5.3 percent in April to $37.4 billion, up from an imbalance of $35.5 billion in March. Exports increased 1.5 percent to $182.8 billion but... Read more »

  • BIS and State Issue Final Rules Aligning EAR and ITAR Definitions
    The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) and the State Department have issued final rules updating definitions in the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), respectively, to enhance clarity and consistency of terms between both export control regulations.† The BIS rule (81 F.R. 35587) also... Read more »

  • AES Directís Last Day
    Friday, May 20 2016 is the final day for shipment review in †AES users should be registered and working in the ACE environment. For more information, visit the†Census Department’s page.