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Companies that Export Access Streamlined Documentation Processing Through Greater Irvine Chamber’s Online Services

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

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The Greater Irvine Chamber provides opportunities for companies to grow through exporting, from staff and international development committee support and tailored programming presented as part of the Orange County World Trade Week Forum to export documentation services. 

On May 1, the Chamber launched its online export documentation processing services, replacing the walk-in process. Since then, more than 100 documents have been processed for companies including AmpronixBiolaseCTC GlobalEdwards LifesciencesGeneral Motors SystemsMasimo, and MedAlliance to name a few.

Processed documents were for the exportation of goods to Saudi Arabia (14%), China (11%), Kuwait (10%), Vietnam (9%), and the Netherlands (7%). Other countries made up the remaining 49%. Companies utilizing the online services were split among Greater Irvine Chamber members at 46% and non-members at 54%.

The online services provide increased convenience for exporters, allowing them to access the system from the location and time of their choosing. Exporters can create an account through the digital export documentation system website and begin processing Certificates of Origin, Certificates of Free Sale, and Good Manufacturing Practice Certificates.

The digital export documentation system applies legally admissible digital signatures that are fully compliant with the ESIGN Act, UET Act, SOX, and many more national regulations. 

For more information, go to swiftdox.com. For assistance, contact Pepper Russell.

Category: Economic Development, International Trade, Chamber News, Member News

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