President & Chief Operating Officer at Scarbrough Group of Companies - USA
Adam is a Licensed Customs Broker, a Certified Customs Specialist, and a Certified Export Specialist. His expertise is in the area of international trade compliance, with a specific interest in U.S., Mexican and Canadian Customs regulations. Adam supports customers in the areas of supply chain optimization, duty avoidance and recovery strategies, and global trade management. Adam joined Scarbrough in 2006 and has been assisting in its growth ever since. Most notably, Adam led Scarbrough to become one of the first twenty customs brokers in the U.S. to utilize the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE). He also brought the Simplified Entry pilot program to Missouri airports, enhancing security and speed of U.S. Customs release for air freight shipments. Adam has served as an invited speaker at local, regional, and national levels on various topics, including: ACE, the North American Free Trade Agreement, and the changing role of the customs broker. He also shares his industry expertise through Scarbrough University, a training platform that hosts webinars and seminars nationwide. Adam is a member of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Trade Support Network (TSN), where he provides input on the design of modernization projects. He also serves on the TSN eBond Committee, which developed eBond processes for implementation. Adam acts as the President of the Kansas City CSCMP Roundtable and sits on the Board of Directors for the North American Strategy for Competitiveness (NASCO).
All Sessions by Adam Hill
EXPORT 101: Modernizing International Trade through DigitizationOnline
As international trade continues at a record pace and supply chains globalize rapidly, we look to technology as a bridge from today’s status quo to our goals for the future. However, technology serves as an enhancement to a solid foundational supply chain process, not as the process itself. During this presentation, we will take a high-level look at some of the tools available in the marketplace, how they can enhance your supply chain efficiency, and where they still fall short.