Andrew Farrelly Presents to World Customs Organization

Andrew Farrelly Speaking at the WCO in Brussels

While attending annual WCO Council Sessions in Brussels, CT Strategies Partner, Andrew Farrelly, was invited to present to the WCO Private Sector Consultative Group (PSCG). Backed by his years of experience at U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) developing and implementing key components of the WCO SAFE Framework of Standards, Mr. Farrelly provided insights on how Customs services and the trade industry can work together to improve: data and intelligence sharing, risk management, cargo targeting, supply chain security, and capacity building for enhanced trade facilitation.

WCO Brussels Event 2016 Group Picture

The PSCG is open to a limited membership of approximately 30 companies and associations from around the world representing a variety of international trade interests. They periodically convene at World Customs Organization events, such as the annual WCO Council Sessions typically held every July in Brussels.

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