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C-TPAT Security Audit in Tiruppur

C-TPAT Security Audit in Tiruppur

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CIL provides accredited C-TPAT security audit/inspection services in Tiruppur, Tamil Nadu, India. CIL is the only accredited inspection agency in India to conduct C-TPAT security audits. CIL is an ISO 17020 accredited inspection agency. Contact us for C-TPAT certification services in India. The need to maintain safe and secure logistics and supply chain channels is receiving a lot of importance and attention worldwide. Once such legislation aimed at accomplishing this particular task, known as the CTPAT, is the focal point of this article. What Is the CTPAT? CTPAT officially stands for the Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism. It is led by the United States Customs and Border Protection(CBP). The primary objective of this legislation is to help improve the level of security of the lines of shipping against any act of terrorism, including those that are cyber related. It was also created to further fortify the United States border and to ensure the free flow of goods and products. It is important to note that this program is completely voluntary, no single business entity(which are primarily the importers) are required to join. If they do, however, they can become eligible to receive assistance in not only securing their cargo from the point of origin, but also in ensuring that it reaches the U.S. port of destination safely. This partnership is also geared towards the transportation carriers, freight consolidators, cargo brokers and manufacturers. The CTPAT was initially launched in November 2001 and started out with just seven members. Now it has grown over 11,400 certified partners and is still growing. Approximately 54 percent of this total membership is comprised solely of importers. The Security and Accountability for Every Port Act of 2006 further provides support for the CTPAT partnership by implementing extremely strict oversight requirements. The Business Entities That Can Join CTPAT, Just about any organization that is involved in the import and export business can enroll in and become official members of the CTPAT. Examples of this include, Importers and exporters that are based in the United States, Freight carriers based in both the United States and Canada, Highway carriers that are based out of both the United States and Mexico, All rail and sea carriers, U.S. customer brokers that have their own unique certification, Operators that conduct business activity out U.S. marine ports and terminals, Freight consolidators that are based out of the U.S. Any brokers that are involved in ocean transportation and any other closely allied businesses, Manufacturers that have their primary business location in both Canada and Mexico, All long haul carriers that reside in Mexico, Once any of these business entities become official members of the CTPAT, they have to formally announce that they will deploy and implement certain types of security mechanisms in their respective supply chains. This is all in an effort to protect shipping coming into the United States from terrorist infiltration groups and cyberattacks. Once organizations join the CTPAT, they must also provide the CBP with personally identifiable information and data so that their identity can be 100 percent confirmed. The CBP also works closely with law enforcement agencies both here in the United States and abroad in order to engage in effective intelligence gathering and sharing.

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