Dennis M. Mottola

Dennis M. Mottola

Global Logistics Consultant

Dennis Mottola is a global logistics consultant who has served his entire career in the supply chain and global logistics discipline. He recently retired from Bechtel Corporation where he performed a variety of roles and responsibilities over his twenty-one years with the company, including Corporate Manager of Logistics, Expediting, Supplier Quality at Bechtel Global Logistics and Manager of Logistics at Bechtel Oil, Gas & Chemicals. Additionally, he was instrumental in establishing the company’s Export/Import Compliance program. Mottola’s professional career in global logistics and supply chain management includes managing mega-project logistics, marine shipping operations, export packing services, and manufacturing and trading operations. He earned a Business Logistics degree from Penn State University and completed various university executive programs and professional certifications over his career. He participates in several supply chain and logistics organizations and activities including ECMC, ITMA, Breakbulk Magazine, The Journal of Commerce, the University of Houston Supply Chain Logistics Technology Advisory Board and was appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce to serve on the Advisory Committee on Supply Chain Competitiveness.
 

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Thursday 10/10/2019

From 10:15 To 10:45

10/10/2019 10:15 10/10/2019 10:45 Global Business Forum

Fireside Chat: Incoterms Rules and the 2020 Revisions – A Discussion

Frank Reynolds, the US Council for International Business representative to the International Chamber of Commerce for the Incoterms 2020 revisions, provides a look at the establishment and use of Incoterms rules and the status of Incoterms 2020 revisions. Incoterms have long been the preeminent internationally accepted rules for establishing trade and delivery terms between sellers and buyers in sales contracts. This session will also explore the application of these rules in today’s global business environment and the ICC's intention for improving the use of Incoterms rules with the 2020 revisions.

 

Join Reynolds and Global Logistics Consultant Dennis Mottola for an in-depth discussion of Incoterms past and future, as they discuss:

  • What is the history of Incoterms rules, and what are the proper means for applying them in a sales contract? What were the primary objectives of the ICC drafting committee with the 2020 revisions? 
  • How was input from US sellers and buyers and those in other countries considered by the ICC in the 2020 revisions?
  • How might the 2020 revisions benefit sellers and buyers vs the current rules?
  • Have there been any updates or changes to term definitions?
Breakbulk Main Stage

Breakbulk Main Stage

"Global Business Forum"

Dennis M. Mottola Frank Reynolds
Time and date

Thursday 10/10/2019

From 10:15 To 10:45

10/10/2019 10:15 10/10/2019 10:45 Global Business Forum

Fireside Chat: Incoterms Rules and the 2020 Revisions – A Discussion

Frank Reynolds, the US Council for International Business representative to the International Chamber of Commerce for the Incoterms 2020 revisions, provides a look at the establishment and use of Incoterms rules and the status of Incoterms 2020 revisions. Incoterms have long been the preeminent internationally accepted rules for establishing trade and delivery terms between sellers and buyers in sales contracts. This session will also explore the application of these rules in today’s global business environment and the ICC's intention for improving the use of Incoterms rules with the 2020 revisions.

 

Join Reynolds and Global Logistics Consultant Dennis Mottola for an in-depth discussion of Incoterms past and future, as they discuss:

  • What is the history of Incoterms rules, and what are the proper means for applying them in a sales contract? What were the primary objectives of the ICC drafting committee with the 2020 revisions? 
  • How was input from US sellers and buyers and those in other countries considered by the ICC in the 2020 revisions?
  • How might the 2020 revisions benefit sellers and buyers vs the current rules?
  • Have there been any updates or changes to term definitions?
Breakbulk Main Stage
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Breakbulk Main Stage

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