The supply chain has many challenges and risks for companies with overseas business partners, such as distance and geopolitical situation. This training session helps you identify these issues and take the necessary steps to avoid them.
The Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program was initiated by U.S. authorities following the events of September 11, 2001. The goal is to combat terrorism as well as smuggling and human trafficking.
The supply chain is full of risks and the last thing any company wants is to have its name associated with illegal activity. As such, you need to be aware of the risks involved in international trade and identify where arms or drug smuggling, human trafficking, and so forth, are taking place.
Our course can be adapted to your business model. How can you reduce the risks in your supply chain, ensure the legitimacy of your business partners and secure your goods? All these questions will be answered.
With a focus on understanding the USCBP’s supply chain risk analysis expectations required by the C-TPAT program and how to integrate them into your business, this three-hour training session will help you become aware of these risks and explain how to avoid them.
Our customs expert, Yves Lacelle, who has over 40 years of experience in the customs industry, will lead this training session that covers the following topics:
Participants in our training programs will receive a handy reference booklet.
Please note that customized training or coaching is also available upon request.
For more information, call : 1.514.368.2637 x112
With over 40 years of experience in the customs field, Yves has a very thorough understanding of everything related to this environment. His meetings with companies from all over the world have allowed him to acquire an extensive knowledge of international trade. He has given several seminars and customs training courses to companies and has found solutions for clients having problems with customs authorities.
Guiding a team to provide the best customer service bears no secrets for Yves. His ability to communicate and educate his business partners makes him a golden ally for those who aspire to comply with customs regulations.