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Improving Your FDA Import Success Rate: Tips for Thinking Ahead of the FDA

US authorities are holding imports more than ever before, particularly at ports that have a history of holding products, and imports from India.

With alerts on an uptick and a new final rule, having a top-notch import compliance program is crucial.

FDAnews and import hold expert Ben England have joined forces for the Improving Your FDA Import Success Rate: Tips for Thinking Ahead of The FDA webinar CD and transcript.

With this invaluable set you'll find out how to be in the “Safe Zone” when it comes to your dealings with the FDA and Customs. In just 90 minutes, you'll gain a clear understanding of the FDA’s expectations and qualifications and Customs’ operational processes. You'll also learn:

  • The inside scoop from a former FDA import official on the FDA's latest priorities and expectations
  • What to do to minimize your risk of delays, detentions and refusals
  • How to work closely with suppliers, contract manufacturers and labelers to significantly reduce your hold times
  • How to conduct a gap analysis to identify weaknesses in your existing compliance program

Don't take the chance of having your imports held at Customs for reasons that aren't obvious or clear to you.

This webinar CD and transcript set will give you a full understanding of the FDA’s priorities when you're trying to comply with import holds and regulations.

It's your chance to save your company time … money … and tiresome headaches.

  • Regulatory compliance officers
  • Supply chain managers
  • Manufacturing directors and supervisors
  • Executive Management

Ben England served as the FDA's Regulatory Counsel to the Associate Commissioner for Regulatory Affairs for 17 years.

He is currently CEO of FDAImports.com, an FDA consulting firm helping U.S. and foreign companies navigate through and meet complex FDA regulations for marketing and importing foods, dietary supplements, drugs, cosmetics and medical devices. The firm serves clients in over 120 countries and operates worldwide offices in several countries.