Detroit, MI (PRWEB) April 20, 2015 -- STTAS, the world’s largest dedicated global trade compliance management company, has published its new complimentary English-language publication, Latin America Trade Bulletin. The bi-weekly subscription-based e-newsletter covers important trade-related regulatory developments and news affecting customs and trade throughout key markets in Latin America.
“We are pleased to offer this resource for company executives looking for a reliable and convenient way to stay abreast of important South American trade news,” says Leandro Gonzalez, Managing Director of the STTAS Buenos Aires office, where Latin America Trade Bulletin is produced. “Sandler & Travis’ global compliance management professionals regularly handle customs and trade matters on behalf of clients throughout the region,” he adds. “We are able to leverage our on-the-ground regional knowledge to assist multinational companies with interests in Latin America keep up with the fast-changing trade environment.”
STTAS and its related law firm, Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, PA, have long been leaders in customs and trade compliance and information services. Along with Latin America Trade Bulletin, Sandler & Travis publishes the ST&R Trade Report, a vital daily information resource covering the international trade agreement and global laws, regulations, policies and procedures that affect imports and exports worldwide. Additionally, the company published STTAS EU Trade Weekly, which provides highlights of important trade and customs news from around the European Union as well as other major markets in the Middle East, Mediterranean, Asia and Africa, and Maquila Matters, a monthly guide to the key issues, regulations, and management challenges facing Mexico’s manufacture for export industry.
For a complimentary subscription to any of these publications, visit http://www.sttas.com/News/Subscribe.aspx.
Sandler & Travis focuses exclusively on providing global trade compliance management and import-export consulting services to clients around the world. The company’s 750 trade professionals working from strategic offices throughout Asia, Europe, the Middle East, North America and South America help clients comply with the ever-changing and complex rules, regulations and laws covering international trade. From solving a single import-export related issue in-country to full-service contract Global Trade Compliance Management, STTAS advises clients on compliance best practices, guides global business processes, and provide hands-on business operations support by designing and executing solid compliance programs. For more information, visit http://www.sttas.com.
Nancy Wollin, STTAS, http://www.sttas.com, 305-702-3167, [email protected]