Trade Risk Guaranty hosts a webinar discussing a 2023 Q2 international trade update.

[Webinar] 2023 Q2 International Trade Update

by | Jul 19, 2023 | Canadian Customs Bonds, Logistics / Shipping, Trade Initiatives, Webinars

Trade Risk Guaranty hosted a webinar in July 2023 to discuss recent news and give importers a 2023 Q2 international trade update.

In a recent webinar, Trade Risk Guaranty continues our tradition of sharing quarterly webinars throughout 2023. These webinars will cover a variety of topics with the intent of providing a general update on the international trade industry. Catch up on our 2023 Q1 international trade update to reviews news from the early part of this year.

In our most recent webinar, TRG discussed a 2023 Q2 international trade update and provided an additional update on the status of the Canadian Customs Bond. This webinar is just about 35-minutes and it includes a live Q&A while covering the following topics:

  • The Looming Possibility of the a UPS Strike
  • Ongoing Strike at Canadian Ports
  • Update on Canadian Customs Bond
  • The Current Status of Container Pricing
  • More Forced Labor Enforcement
  • An Update on the UFLPA
  • Panama Canal Drought

While this webinar covers an overview of these topics, certain topics required a little more information. For more insight, click the links in the list above to read a full blog post on that topic.

If you have any questions after the webinar, feel free to leave a comment on our YouTube channel or send us an email at

Watch the Full Webinar for a 2023 Q2 International Trade Update

Watch the full webinar below for a discussion with experts about the risks of shipping internationally and how to be proactive about protecting your shipment before, during, and after transit.

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