New Release: Practical Guide to SAP GTS Part 3: Bonded Warehouse, Foreign Trade Zone, and Duty Drawback

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162New Espresso Tutorials release – Practical Guide to SAP GTS Part 3: Bonded Warehouse, Foreign Trade Zone, and Duty Drawback by Rajen Iyer, Ashish Galchhaniya.

SAP Global Trade Services (GTS) helps companies maximize supply chain performance and reduces the overall cost and risk of global trade by ensuring regulatory compliance, accelerating trade activity, and enabling trade compliance automation. The Practical Guide to SAP GTS Part III explores how companies can increase their competitive advantage with automation, effective supply chain management, and trade preference programs, agreements, and zones to increase their profit margin. Delve in detail into foreign trade zones, bonded warehouse, and duty drawback. Walk through GTS bonded warehouse processes, including transit processes and procedures. Explore how duty costs can be reduced or eliminated using a duty drawback program. By using practical examples, tips, and screenshots, the author brings readers quickly up to speed on getting the most out of SAP GTS.

– Leveraging and configuring bonded warehouse
– Fundamentals of foreign trade zones
– How business users can get the most out of GTS functionality
– Detailed configuration and user guides for bonded warehouse and foreign trade zones

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Author Rajen Iyer is the co-founder and CTO at Krypt, Inc. of the fastest growing Global Trade and Supply Chain solution providers with innovative products and services. Rajen is a thought leader with several best-selling books, in-depth articles, and trademarks on Trade, Logistics, and Supply Chain products. He is frequently invited to speak at industry conferences.

Author Ashish Galchhaniya is an SAP SD & CS certified consultant with more than 12 years’ experience. He has worked extensively on GTS bonded warehouse (CBW), inward processing (IPR), processing under customs control (PCC), free circulation (FC), foreign trade zone functionality (FTZ), and preference processing (NAFTA, EU_MX) projects.