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Mr. Michael A. Andrew

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Customs Broker

Company Description: Energy Plus Enterprises Limited is committed to making available adequate resources to fulfil this policy and ensuring that its staff is consulted and involved at...   more
Background

Employment History

  • President
    Caribbean Association of Customs Broker
  • Director International Trade
    international cargo Services limited
  • President
    The Customs Clerks and Brokers Association
  • Principal and Senior Lecturer
    Customs Academy of Trinidad and Tobago He
Web References
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www.ENERGYPLUSTT.COM, 14 May 2014 [cached]
Michael A Andrew - Customs Broker
Mr Andrew is a Licensed Customs Broker with twenty nine years experience in the profession. He is the principal and senior lecturer of the Customs Academy of Trinidad and Tobago He has written many texts on customs procedures which are used by the profession today. Mr. Andrew is the President of the Caribbean Association of Customs Brokers and the Customs Brokers Association of Trinidad and Tobago He currently serves as a member of the Customs Brokers Board.
Board of Directors
www.ccanet.net, 8 Jan 2009 [cached]
Michael Andrew - Representing the Government of St. Lucia
To be named - Representing the Government of Aruba
According to Michael Andrew, ...
www.newsday.co.tt, 3 Nov 2011 [cached]
According to Michael Andrew, president of the Customs Clerks' and Customs Brokers' Association, the system was implemented and already 70 percent of documents going to customs were submitted electronically.
Andrew revealed this at a demonstration of the programme at the Customs Clerk' Office, Golden Doors Plaza, Port-of-Spain recently.
He described the system as a "work in progress" and expects clerks, brokers, importers and exporters to come on board by the end of the year so that its benefits could be enjoyed by all.
Benefits include a reduction of rent and demurrage charges on containers, increased services for the trade community, simpler procedures, easier documentation, increased capabilities for accounting and the implementation of standards defined by ISO, UN, WCO and WTO.
Users have to register with the association and be given a password so they can access and submit documents electronically.
Andrew said he believed Asycuda World would ensure the country becomes more competitive and a better place to do business. Also, because of less human interface, he believes it will assist in reducing corruption.
Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday : newsday.co.tt :
www.newsday.co.tt, 17 Aug 2006 [cached]
Michael Andrew, president of the Customs Clerks and Brokers Association (CCBA), on Tues-day said PATT had been unfair to importers by removing extra rent-free days for import containers in addition to imposing new increased tariffs.
He said under the old rates containers were allowed to stay on the port for seven working days rent-free with an additional five days for five or more containers or cargo in excess of 100 tonnes.
Under the new tariff system, Andrew said, rates on import containers go according to calender days which meant, importers had to pay rent for public holidays and weekends since the port is not opened for business on these days.
Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday : newsday.co.tt :
www.newsday.co.tt, 16 Aug 2006 [cached]
In a press conference at the Seamen and Waterfront Workers Trade Union Hall, Wrightson Road yesterday, Michael Andrew, President of CCBA said PATT introduced new rates for import of containers with effect from August 1 without informing the public in a proper manner before it took effect.
He said under the old rates containers were allowed to stay on the port for seven working days rent-free with an additional five days for five or more containers or cargo in excess of 100 tonnes.After the rent-free days, fees were $86.25 vat included per day, for 20 feet containers or $172.50 vat included per day for 40 feet containers.
Under the new tarrif system, Andrew said, rates on import containers were according to calender days and the five rent-free extra days were removed.Importers, he said, now have to pay rent for public holidays and weekends since the port does not open for business on these days.
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