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CTPAT: Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism Assessment

Assess the trade security practices of your supply chain against the criteria of the Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT). Identify vulnerabilities, take corrective actions, and develop a security profile for CTPAT membership.

Improve security standards, increase transparency

The Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism Assessment provides a common set of indicators to help you measure importers’ supply chain security practices against CTPAT’s minimum requirements.

CTPAT is a voluntary public-private sector partnership program with the US Customs and Border Patrol Agency. It works closely with the trade community to strengthen international supply chains. Members agree to ensure the reliability of their security practices and demonstrate that their trading and supply chain partners do the same.

To learn more about CTPAT, click here.


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 With Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism Assessment, you’ll be able to…

  • Measure and improve trade partners’ transportation security
  • Implement specific safety measures and align with industry best practices
  • Identify supply chain vulnerabilities and take corrective actions
  • Develop a security profile for CTPAT membership

Fill out the form to learn more about the CTPAT Assessment, or contact us here if you have a more specific question.

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