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January 27, 2005 

Frank Reynolds and Michael Mullen Slated to Speak at Next NCITD Meeting

The National Council on International Trade Development (NCITD) has announced that the speakers at its February 10, 2005 Trade Compliance Committee meeting include Frank Reynolds, President of International Projects, and Michael C. Mullen, Director of Customs and Border Protection's (CBP) Office of Trade Relations.

Frank Reynolds, the foremost expert on Incoterms in the United States, will be discussing trends in Incoterms, the phase out of the UCC delivery terms, and the burgeoning UCP 600 (which is a work in progress and which is intended to replace UCP 500). Mr. Reynolds represented the United States at the International Chamber of Commerce Incoterms 2000 revision committees. He is a licensed Customs broker and a nine-term appointee to the U.S. Department of Commerce District Export Council.

Mr. Mullen serves as CBP's liaison between the international trading community and senior CBP managers. He is be responsible for policy review and planning, and assisting the Commissioner on outreach to the international trade community on supply chain security and trade facilitation issues. He also reviews concerns voiced by individuals or trade groups and makes policy recommendations to CBP management to resolve those concerns.

The NCITD meeting will be held on February 10, 2005 at the Army and Navy Club of Washington, DC. Please contact the NCITD Secretariat (202-872-9280 or cu@ncitd.org) with questions and to RSVP for this meeting.
The non-member fee to attend this meeting is $45. Further information on the NCITD can be found at www.ncitd.org.


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