CT Strategies Joins American Association of Port Authorities

CT Strategies is proud to join the American Association of Port Authorities. This Membership further aligns our organization with key supply chain stakeholders that we seek to serve around the U.S. by providing our unique insight on Customs-industry partnership and risk management in the port environment. 

AAPA works to highlight the significance of unifying the seaport industry, serving as a voice that amplifies key issues, strides and cross border relations. Through business partnerships, the association provides member seaports with leveraging supply chain resources such as a centralized point of access to industry solution providers. CTS is eager to provide global advisory and port advancement services to the collective of recognized stakeholders. We take great pleasure in being a part of leadership towards the enhancement of the seaport industry.  

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