This webinar will provide valuable insights and practical strategies for organizations looking to enhance their risk assessment practices in the complex field of supply chain security
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is taking a proactive stance towards promoting a global green trade environment through innovative practices and robust enforcement efforts. Acting CBP Commissioner Troy Miller emphasized the agency’s commitment to collaborating with industry, stakeholders, and the public to set higher standards for global trade. CBP’s initiatives are aimed at addressing climate mitigation, supply chain resilience, and environmentally beneficial innovation in the context of international trade.
For importers, adhering to ISPM-15 regulations, conducting proper inspections, and working with reputable suppliers are crucial to avoiding delays, fines, and potential reputational risks associated with non-compliant wood packaging material.
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.
CTS’ study of the CTPAT program found that the biggest challenge for companies implementing CTPAT requirements was obtaining information from partners in their supply chain, which can include manufacturers of subcomponents, logistics partners, and even customs brokers.