Global Supply Chain and Distribution

Today, very few US companies source 100% of their ingredients or components locally. Like it or not, they are part of a global supply chain. In addition, many US companies develop export markets for their products and services. Participating in global trade can be very rewarding but it offers additional legal risks.

Ms. Hoeller has had extensive legal experience in negotiating and documenting international business transactions throughout her career for Continental Illinois National Bank, Texas Instruments, Walmart and many other public and private companies based in the US, Canada, the UK, Europe and Asia.

Since 2008, Ms. Hoeller has continuously served as an advisor to the New Zealand Trade and Enterprise Americas Beachheads Programme.

In 2010, she was awarded the prestigious Certified International Trade Professional designation by the Forum for International Trade Training in Ottawa, Canada after successfully completing a rigorous curriculum. Susie was also a co-founder of the Arkansas chapter of the Organization of Women in International Trade and she taught courses at the Arkansas World Trade Center.

Ms. Hoeller is currently a member of the International Law Section of The Florida Bar.

The Hoeller Law Firm assists its clients in doing business globally and collaborates as needed with customs brokers and law firms in other jurisdictions.