Managing CTPAT | For New Compliance Managers
A CTPAT manager’s role is to help ensure a company complies with all applicable CTPAT requirements, including security measures like access controls and physical security where goods are stored or processed before being shipped out.
CTPAT Validations | What To Expect
Be sure to check with your Supply Chain Security Specialist (SCSS) to determine if your validation will be in person or virtually this year, as each format brings its own types of challenges. During a CTPAT validation, your SCSS will examine your company’s processes and evidence of implementation for compliance in areas such as commitment of upper management to promoting a culture of security
Driving Company-Wide CTPAT Awareness
For most companies, the 12 Minimum Security Criteria (MSC) sections touch various departments, so making compliance a team effort is vital. The first step is to ensure that all key employees are aware of CTPAT requirements by having them participate in compliance efforts on a regular basis.
Webinar Replay | Future-Proofing Your CTPAT Ecosystem
On December 8, CT Strategies hosted the Future-Proofing Your CTPAT Ecosystem webinar. The purpose of the webinar was to provide information and advice on how to cultivate an internal CTPAT compliance ecosystem for long-term success at home and abroad.
CTPAT Webinar | Future-Proofing Your Compliance Ecosystem
For global logistics and trade compliance professionals, 2022 has been the year of significant changes, and CBP is keeping us on our toes as secure trade becomes an even greater focus across companies and customs organizations worldwide. As a business, your goal is to keep goods moving seamlessly, which is why it’s more important now than ever to understand how changes to the program will affect operations across your enterprise.
Is Your Company Eligible for CTPAT Membership?
U.S, Canada, and Mexico-based companies operating under any of the above entity types can apply for CTPAT membership. Before beginning your CTPAT application, carefully identify whether your company meets the eligibility criteria specific to your entity type. We’ve made it simple to find out. Check your company’s CTPAT eligibility status here.
CTPAT | Cargo Smuggling Trends Members Should Know
The CTPAT Minimum Security Criteria, regarding transportation security, emphasizes critical areas of conveyance security due diligence. To maintain contraband-free supply chain, MSC requires your supply chain operations team to keep up with evolving smuggling trends. Listed below are event smuggling trends all CTPAT member companies should be aware of:
Key Takeaways for CTPAT Companies | CBP Cargo Security Summit 2022
The three-day CBP event provided the latest insights that all CTPAT members should know, including new initiatives and developments.
2022 Trade Facilitation and Cargo Security Summit
CBP outlined the new requirements set forth in the CTPAT Trade Compliance program regarding forced labor. For CTPAT Tier II or Tier III members participating in the CTPAT Trade Compliance partnership, CBP released the new requirements that take effect on August 1st, 2022.