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CTPAT-Time To Get Your Ducks in a Row

The Importance of Being CTPAT-Certified is Growing

Supply chain security is a focus of US Customs and importers are being urged to join the voluntary Customs-Trade partnership known as CTPAT. The webinar linked below is a good starting point, and our company can guide you through the entire certification process. Now is the time to get certified before a supply chain “event” leads to import restrictions that could impact the flow of imported cargo. CTPAT-certified importers receive preferential treatment from Customs as a benefit of being a part of the program.

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October 23, 2020

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