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.

CTPAT | Updating Your Security Profile

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The Annual Security Profile Update is not just a formality; it’s a critical measure to guarantee that your company’s security policies and procedures are reflected in your current operations. Compliance with the Minimum Security Criteria (MSC) is paramount, and regular updates ensure that your security measures evolve with the ever-changing landscape of supply chain threats.

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:

CTPAT | Vetting Your Business Partners  

These techniques proactively identify risks that CTPAT members can reduce through mitigation which supports the overall economic security of the United States.

Business partner vetting is a key element supporting your CTPAT security profile, so it’s essential to understand best practices in collecting information and assessing your business partners.

Battling the Risk of Counterfeits as E-Commerce Grows Globally

Battling the Risk of Counterfeits as E-Commerce Grows Globally As cross-border e-commerce booms globally, concerns regarding counterfeit items remain a risk to both producers and consumers. To combat this threat, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is working alongside private sector entities to interdict and deter a host of counterfeit items ranging from cosmetics to […]

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