CT Strategies Team Members, Charles Bartoldus and Charles Morton, Present to East African Trade Leaders

For two weeks in March, the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) hosted a Reverse Trade Mission for a group of officials from East Africa, focusing on ‘Ports Modernization and Security’. CT Strategies was invited to speak to the delegation about best practices in risk management. Drawing upon decades of lessons learned in U.S. Customs and the supply chain security industry, Bartoldus and Morton shared insights on managing efficient and secure trade facilitation which could be scaled to large or small ports in both developed and developing nations.

​Visit the USTDA website for more details.

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