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4D releases Incoterms training

4D Supply Chain Consulting has released its interactive Incoterms 2020 e-learning training programme.

4D Supply Chain Consulting has released its interactive Incoterms 2020 e-learning training programme.

The training, which is hosted on the 4D Knowledge Hub platform, includes a series of modules that cover a foundation understanding of Incoterms 2020, as well as the latest changes and associated effects on international trade.

Participants will learn how to identify the Incoterms rules best suited to their contracts and describe the fundamentals of each Incoterms 2020 rule with respect to the roles and responsibilities of sellers and buyers.

As HLPFI reported here, the course “shares real-life case studies along with the dos and don’ts based on actual industry experience”, said 4D Supply Chain Consulting.

According to 4D Supply Chain Consulting, the foundation level course is suitable for individuals of all levels, with no prerequisites to enrol. It caters to exporters, importers, purchasing managers, logisticians, freight forwarders, as well as professional institutions and universities.

The course is available in English and takes just one hour to complete. Participants will receive a certificate of completion upon passing the final assessment.

4D Supply Chain Consulting also offers post course Incoterms 2020 technical advice and support to all participants.

A promotional offer is available to new subscribers until the end of May, while group discounts are also available for organisations.

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