Stay Compliant: Essential CTPAT Forced Labor Updates!

Discover the hidden truth behind modern consumer goods: forced labor. Explore how industries worldwide are impacted and learn proactive measures for compliance with regulations. Stay informed, collaborate, and implement ethical practices to navigate the complexities of global supply chains responsibly.

Unlocking the Power of COAC

Discover why COAC matters for CTPAT members. COAC advises on customs operations, streamlining processes and shaping policies crucial for supply chain security. Stay informed to navigate regulatory changes and optimize operations.

The CBP Foundation Charity Golf Tournament

On Thursday, September 21, CT Strategies successfully hosted the inaugural CBP Foundation Charity Golf Tournament, which gathered over 140 participants and raised more than $60,000 for the Foundation.

WEBINAR: CTPAT Membership for Mexico-Based Companies

If you’re a Mexico based company looking to strengthen your business connections with the U.S., we invite you to join us and learn more about the CTPAT program and how you can prepare to meet compliance requirements.

Webinar | CTPAT and Cargo Security Update

Whether you attended or could not attend the summit in person or via webcast, this is the perfect opportunity to catch up on the latest CTPAT cargo security developments and what they mean for your company.

2023 Trade Facilitation & Cargo Security Summit

The summit’s agenda will feature discussions on CBP’s role in international trade initiatives and programs and how they plan to facilitate legitimate trade flow while keeping the country safe from potential risks. This year’s event will be particularly noteworthy, given the significant changes and challenges in the global trade landscape over the past few years. We highly encourage CTPAT member companies to tune in for program updates.

Common Challenges in Long Term CTPAT Compliance & Management

CTPAT Members must take all reasonable steps to ensure that their supply chains are free of forced labor. Building awareness of the problem and working with suppliers to develop solutions is one of the best ways to address forced labor concerns. Here are some best practices that companies can implement to help prevent and address forced labor in their supply chains.

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