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CTPAT Border Security Program

CTPAT certified importers enjoy benefits including a reduced number of cargo examinations and shorter wait times at the border. Because the application process leads to significant government scrutiny of business practices and operations, it is advisable to identify and correct any issues prior to initiating the process.

ST&R professionals can help companies prepare by conducting mock CTPAT reviews and risk assessments that result in recommendations for concrete solutions that can be implemented to fix any holes in supply chain security or import processes. Even when clients pass the mock review with no discernible deficiencies, we often identify opportunities for increased efficiencies and cost savings that would otherwise have gone untapped.

Once a client decides to move forward with CTPAT membership, ST&R can assist with every phase of the process, from the initial memorandum of understanding to the supply chain profile questionnaire and on through the CBP validation process.

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What is CTPAT?

The Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism fosters enhanced security across the entire supply chain, creating a primary relationship between U.S. Customs and Border Protection and importers and compelling close cooperation among supply chain members, including brokers, warehouse operators, carriers, foreign manufacturers and suppliers. A company must become CTPAT certified before applying for the Importer Self-Assessment program.

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