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October 29, 2008 

Global Data Mining to Hold Webinar on Customs Classification Management System

Customs and trade software specialist Global Data Mining (GDM) is hosting a free webinar on November 6, 2008 to launch their new web-based customs classification and management product.

GDM's new web-based system takes customs classification and Harmonized Tariff Schedule information stored at various locations in a company and integrates it into a single portal. Among other features, the portal allows users direct access to the tariff schedules and customs rulings and allows companies to create an audit trail by including back-up documents and information on how the classification was made.

For more information and to register for GDM's webinar see the following link.

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