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MK TECHNOLOGY TRADE CONSULTING REBRANDS AS THE TRADE COMPLIANCE GROUP (TCG)

on Monday, 03 June 2013. Posted in Press Release

One of the leading trade controls consultancies announces the launch of their redesigned website and a major expansion of it’s product line.

Washington, D.C., June 3, 2013 – MK Technology, a global consulting leader offering trade compliance services and solutions, has announced a complete rebranding that includes the launch of a new website.

The rebranding is the first in the Washington, D.C. based firm's twenty-seven year history and centers round the theme of "Experts in Trade Compliance." The new brand and website seek to communicate this brand and encapsulates Trade Compliance Group's (http://www.tradecompliancegroup.com) comprehensive portfolio of trade compliance services and solutions.

This rebranding comes at a time where TCG's portfolio of trade compliance services and solutions is expanding, as is the firms presence in international markets including Australia, Japan, Germany, and the United Kingdom. In addition to consulting services, TCG offers a wide array of training services and solutions including online learning content and programs, as well as best-in-class training videos.

TCG recently announced a major update of its licensable online learning content, and a new edition of the "Mastering Export Compliance" awareness video. Mastering Export Compliance, a popular training title was recently overhauled in the wake of recent changes in the regulatory landscape. Additionally, MK TCG is now offering a variety of flexible engagement options including a retainer-based model that includes a great deal of flexibility for budget conscious clients.

Dr. Paul Freedenberg, TCG's Chairman and CEO, said: "This rebrand comes at a very exciting time given the numerous changes that are occurring in the regulatory environment here in the United States and abroad. We anticipate that many companies will seek guidance regarding changes coming out of the State Department and Department of Commerce in particular, and we want to be well positioned to gain their business."

About the Trade Compliance Group:

The Trade Compliance Group (TCG) is a leading global consultancy that provides a wide range of import and export trade compliance consulting services and solutions to a substantial and diversified client base that includes Fortune 500 corporations, colleges and universities, and some of the fastest growing private companies in America.

Contact:

Mikah Sellers, Chief Marketing Officer
Trade Compliance Group
(202) 553-9506
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The MK Trade Compliance Group Releases New Version of "Mastering Export Compliance"

on Monday, 03 June 2013. Posted in Compliance Training Videos, Press Release

Best Selling Compliance Training Video Gets Major Update

The MK Trade Compliance Group has overhauled "Mastering Export Compliance", a best-selling compliance training video to coincide with the export control reforms now underway at the Commerce and State Departments. The new video can be a key part of your training and awareness program  for all employees with direct or indirect compliance responsibilities.

 

To learn more about the latest version of "Mastering Export Compliance" or to purchase a license for your organization contact us today. 

U.S. Department of State - Settlement Summary

on Tuesday, 28 May 2013. Posted in ITAR

United Technologies Corporation

The attached is a summary of the U.S. State Department Resolution of the United Technologies Corporation Arms Export Control Enforcement Case. John Priecko authored the summary of the State Departments settlement with UTC. The summary provides details on the five-hundred and seventy-six (576) alleged violations of the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) for unauthorized export and transfer of defense articles, to include technical data (TD), and unauthorized provision of defense services to various countries, including proscribed destinations.

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