Background

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has announced 41 tentative selections for new public-private partnerships that will allow approved private sector and state and local government entities to reimburse CBP for expanded services for incoming commercial and cargo traffic and international traveler arrivals. Reimbursable services include customs, agricultural processing, border security, immigration inspection, and support services at ports of entry.

The entities tentatively selected for these partnerships are as follows.

Air environment

- Atlantic Aviation (Pittsburgh International Airport)

- Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport

- Connecticut Airport Authority (Bradley International Airport)

- Delta Air Lines Inc. (Baltimore–Washington International Airport, Birmingham–Shuttlesworth International Airport, Charleston Airport, Charlotte Airport, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Greenville–Spartanburg International Airport, Huntsville International Airport, Jacksonville International Airport, Memphis International Airport, Nashville International Airport, Orlando International Airport, Raleigh–Durham International Airport, and Washington Dulles International Airport)

- Delta Air Lines Inc. (Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport)

- Donjon Marine Co. Inc. (Lehigh Valley International Airport)

- Imperial Pacific International (CNMI) LLC (Saipan International Airport)

- Lee County Port Authority (Southwest Florida International Airport)

- Paine Field/Snohomish County Airport

- PAZOS FBO Services (Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport)

- Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (Stewart International Airport)

- Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority (Raleigh-Durham International Airport)

- Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority (Reno-Tahoe International Airport)

- Rhode Island Airport Corporation (T. F. Green Airport)

- Sarasota Manatee Airport Authority (Sarasota–Bradenton International Airport)

- Solairus Aviation (Austin–Bergstrom International Airport)

- Terminal One Management Inc. (John F. Kennedy International Airport)

- United Airlines (Newark Liberty International Airport)

Air and sea environment

- Prime Air Corp. (Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport; San Juan Seaport)

Land environment

- Pacific Device Inc. (San Diego, CA)

Sea environment

- APM Terminal Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)

- California Cartage Company (Los Angeles, CA)

- California United Terminals Inc. (Los Angeles, CA)

- Chiquita Brands International Inc. (Gulfport, MS)

- Eagle Marine Services Ltd. (Los Angeles, CA)

- FCL Logistics LTD (Los Angeles, CA)

- International Transportation Services Inc. (Long Beach, CA)

- Long Beach Container Terminal LLC (Long Beach, CA)

- North Carolina State Ports Authority (Wilmington, NC)

- Port of Hueneme/Oxnard Harbor District (Hueneme, CA)

- Price Transfer Inc. (Long Beach, CA)

- Price Transfer Inc. (Los Angeles, CA)

- Total Terminals International LLC (Long Beach, CA)

- Total Terminals International LLC (Seattle, WA)

- TraPac LLC (Los Angeles, CA)\

- West Basin Container Terminal (Los Angeles, CA)

- Yusen Terminal LLC (Los Angeles, CA)

CBP notes that since this program began in 2013 it has entered into agreements with 50 stakeholders that have accounted for the processing of more than 6.3 million passengers and nearly 900,000 personal and commercial vehicles.

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