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The Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) is a voluntary support program led by the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) focused on improving the security of private companies’ supply chains via a CTPAT audit. All participants in this program pledge to protect their supply chain from the concealment of terrorist weapons, including those of mass destruction.

What Is C-TPAT?

C-TPAT was established in November 2001 in response to the September 11 terrorist attack in New York. It is a voluntary incentive-based program where partners work with members of the trade community to strengthen global supply chain security and prevent the supply chain from being compromised by terrorist organisations. Many companies are eligible for C TPAT membership including importers, exporters, third-party logistics providers, consolidators, air carriers, cross-border highway carriers, marine port authorities, ocean carriers, rail carriers, terminal operators, and customs brokers.

What Are the C TPAT requirements?

The C-TPAT requirements are a set of guidelines that the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency has provided to the US Customs and Border Protection. They are designed to help companies understand what they need to do to comply with the CTPAT program.

What Is a CTPAT Audit?

A CTPAT audit is a risk-based assessment of your current level of supply chain security. The audit will help you improve the security of your supply chain, and verify whether or not you are CTPAT compliant. It typically consists of the major aspects that make up supply chain security, such as:
Vital Items
Container Security
Physical Security
Information Technology
Conveyance Security
Physical Access Controls
Procedural Security
Security Training and Threat Awareness

Once the audit of your supply chain is complete, you will receive a final report from the third party that will provide you with an in-depth understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of your supply chain security. This report includes a way to address any weaknesses, as well as a corrective action plan.

What are the benefits of C-TPAT supply chain security inspection?

The benefits of the CTPAT inspection include :
Playing an active role in the war against terrorism.
A robust security management system.
Great tool for the self-assessment of security level.

Our Accreditation:

CDG is a leading supply chain security inspection company. We are accredited (ISO 17020 accredited through ILAC channel) to conduct C-TPAT supply chain security inspections in India.