CBP Announces Additional Partnerships for New and Expanded Services
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has announced 29 tentative selections for new public-private partnerships that will allow approved private sector and state and local government entities to reimburse CBP for new and expanded services for incoming commercial and cargo traffic and international traveler arrivals. Reimbursable services include customs, agricultural processing, border security and immigration inspection-related services at ports of entry.
The entities tentatively selected for these partnerships are as follows.
- A.B. Won Pat Guam International Airport
- City of Charlotte Aviation Department (Charlotte Douglas International Airport)
- Copeca Jet Center (Rafael Hernandez Airport)
- Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District (Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport)
- Hawaii Department of Transportation (Honolulu International Airport)
- Jacksonville Aviation Authority (Jacksonville International Airport)
- Massachusetts Port Authority (Boston Logan International Airport)
- Port of Oakland (Oakland International Airport)
- San Jose International Airport
- United Parcel Service (Spokane International Airport)
- New Mexico Economic Development Department (Santa Teresa, N.M.)
- Presidio International Port Authority (Presidio, Texas)
- Southwest Arizona Port Users Association (San Luis II, Ariz.)
- Toyota Motor Manufacturing (Otay Mesa, Calif.)
- Dole Fresh Fruit Company (Freeport, Texas)
- Gulfport, Miss.
- Port Everglades, Fla.
- San Diego, Calif.
- Wilmington, Del.
- East Coast Warehouse CES (Port of New York and New Jersey)
- Global Container Terminals USA (Port of New York and New Jersey)
- Gulftainer USA LLC (Cape Canaveral, Fla.)
- Kamino Air Import Corp. (Port of New York and New Jersey)
- Linea Peninsular Inc. (Panama City, Fla.)
- Panama City Port Authority (Panama City, Fla.)
- Port of Galveston (Galveston, Texas)
- Port of Oakland (Oakland, Calif.)
- Red Hook Container Terminal (Port of New York and New Jersey)
- Salson Logistics (Port of New York and New Jersey)
CBP notes that since this program began in 2013 it has entered into agreements with 29 stakeholders that have accounted for the processing of more than four million passengers and nearly 600,000 personal and commercial vehicles.