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.
On September 29th, CT Strategies hosted the 5th Annual Roger L. Von Amelunxen Foundation Golf Tournament at Reston National Golf Course. This year’s tournament was a record-breaking event, gathering over 180 participants and raising over $75,000 for the Foundation.
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.
CTS partners with Chufly Wine to raise awareness for San Miguel Boys School. San Miguel provides tuition-free education for disavantaged middle school aged boys. Notable for its high-quality education, the school boasts an impressive 100% graduation rate.
On September 30th, CT Strategies hosted the 4th Annual Roger L. Von Amelunxen Foundation Golf Tournament at Reston National Golf Course in Reston, VA. The event was another success, gathering 120 participants and raising over $55,000 for the Foundation, which is named after Amelunxen, a Customs Patrol Officer who was slain on duty in 1980. […]
Allen Gina Speaks at Center for International Private Enterprise Event on Trade and Domestic Resource Mobilization
On December 5th, the Center for International Private Enterprise held a panel on Customs, Trade Facilitation Reforms, and Domestic Resource Mobilization. Prior to the panel, Linda Wilcox-Daugherty, a Senior Customs Specialist, presented a white paper produced by USAID that detailed recommendations for Customs reform and modernization to promote compliance, reduce inefficiencies, and increase the volume […]
On October 23rd, CT Strategies’ Andrew Farrelly provided remarks at the Kansas City Southern Railroad, annual ‘Mexico Energy Symposium’ in Houston. The daylong event convenes KCS leaders and energy sector executives from across Mexico to discuss how KCS’ Mexico-U.S. supply chain can support the cross-border movement of refined fuel and related products between the two countries. […]
Representatives from the transportation, hospitality, and technology sectors convened at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to discuss how their industries were working to combat human trafficking. In her opening keynote, Ambassador Catherine Todd Bailey, Chair of the Department of Transportation Advisory Committee on Human Trafficking, discussed how human trafficking is the fastest-growing criminal enterprise globally. […]
CT Strategies attended the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), annual Trade Symposium on July 23 – 24 in Chicago. The event was a great opportunity for representatives from CBP and other agencies to discuss trade programs and initiatives with members of the trade community. It was also a great opportunity to connect with former […]