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Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT)


The Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) is a voluntary program led by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) that aims to enhance international supply chain security. It encourages businesses involved in the import and export of goods to collaborate with CBP to implement best practices and security measures that help protect against terrorism and other security threats.

What it means for your business

CTPAT holds significant implications for businesses operating in international trade. Participation in CTPAT signifies a commitment to enhancing supply chain security by implementing rigorous security measures and best practices. Ultimately, CTPAT offers businesses a competitive advantage by prioritizing security, compliance, and efficiency in their global trade operations.

Benefits of compliance

SCB can help you and your organization to complete the three-step process:

    1. Risk assessment
    2. Application submission
    3. Security profile review

SCB recommends periodic audits as a best practice to ensure businesses stay aligned with CTPAT requirements and maintain robust supply chain security. By integrating periodic audits into their security management approach, businesses can proactively address evolving security challenges and uphold the high standards CBP and other regulatory bodies expect.

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