Don’t commit any sins (CINSS)

Don’t commit any sins (CINSS)

Sergio Retamal
Jan 21, 2019

If you are a U.S. company or a company doing business in the U.S. – Don’t commit any CINSS by doing business with: Cuba / Crimean region of Ukraine, Iran, North Korea, Syria, or Sudan

CINSS sounds like a sins and it is a great way to remember the U.S. embargoed countries. Regardless of your company’s location and/or subsidiary location, it is a no-no to do business with the CINSS countries. Also don’t forget to check all of the BIS and OFAC databases as well, AKA Denied Party List databases.

To keep your company on the straight and narrow, download the ENC Puzzle Solver which has the complete list of embargoed countries as well as many other features to keep you from “sinning!”

If you have any questions regarding trade compliance please contact me at Global4PL – we have helped many start-ups, small businesses and some very large companies, and our customers do sleep better.

Global4PL is the Third Largest IOR-EOR Service Provider Worldwide & the only IOR-EOR Service provider with an In-House U.S. Licensed Customs Brokerage & Trade Legal Team that serves 74 countries worldwide.

Global4PL: We are your IOR, cost, compliance, and efficiency experts.

Sergio Retamal, CEO of Global4PL, has 27 years of executive Supply Chain and Procurement experience. He holds a Masters Degree in Change Management from Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business and a Masters Degree in Business Administration in International Business from California State University, Northridge. He also holds a Bachelors of Science in International Business from California State University, Northridge.

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