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U.S. Customs plans to update CTPAT best practices, minimum-security requirements, and compliance certification

Director of cargo security program outlines current and planned updates at Coalition of New England Companies for Trade annual cargo symposium.

The Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism, better known as CTPAT, has a new logo, a red, white, and blue globe made of interlocking puzzle pieces. It has new spelling, with no hyphen in its name or acronym anymore, and a new tag line: “Your Supply Chain’s Strongest Link.” But that’s not all that’s new with the cargo-security program, according to Liz Schmelzinger, director of CTPAT programs in U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP’s) Office of Field Operations.

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