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The Import Business Analyst handles all international procurement activity for KIT. Works with KIT locations and sales force to effectively source products from international sources. Assist in locating US distributors as appropriate. Process all international purchasing activity through the ERP system. Classify all imported products to the US Tariff Code and review classifications provided by the...
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