Survey: Majority of shippers find no value in participating in C-TPAT

07/1/2013 | Logistics Viewpoints blog

Approximately 60% of American shippers do not see any significant benefit of participating in the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism program of the Customs and Border Protection, according to a survey by American Shipper Magazine. The program aims to protect private companies' supply chains from terrorism-related risks. "[T]here's consensus that C-TPAT is largely not delivering the benefits shippers expect," according to the survey.

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