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CONECT - Boston Cargo Facilities Tour Fall 2013

​CONECT MEMBERS: $149

NON-MEMBERS: $199

*DHS Non-US Citizens Foreign Visitor Form

Come and experience an in-depth tour of the Boston’s Cargo Facilities

Tour includes:

Continental breakfast at the Boston Fish Pier
Marine Industrial Park and 88 Black Falcon Avenue
US Customs & Border Protection’s Cargo Operations Office
Conley Container Terminal (working vessel (if in port, container yard operations, ILA clerks at truck gate check-ins, Customs official at MTXR truck)
Luncheon at Jerry Remy’s new Seaport restaurant on Liberty Wharf
Visit or view the 9/11 Memorial
Massport’s Logan Int’l Airport Cargo Complex and Aviation Dept/Fire Station
State Police or US Customs K9 demonstration
Live-action warehouse tour
Wrap-up at Seaport Area watering hole (Optional)

All registrants must be screened by USCBP/DHS with the use of multiple law enforcement databases. Negative information will be a basis for denial by US CBP to attend the tour.

All registrations and security data must be received by the CONECT office by Thursday, Sept. 12th*. This is a strict deadline by USCBP.

*Per DHS policy, Non-US Citizens must submit a separate Foreign Visitors Access Request Form by Aug. 29th. Your registration must be paid in full prior to submitting (via fax) this form to the CONECT office at 508-481-2161. If you are not approved by DHS for this tour, CONECT will reimburse your registration in full.

Due to the vetting process, no substitutions may be made/ no refunds can be allowed after Sept. 12th. Prior to that, registrants may either find a substitute or receive a refund for their registration minus a 20% administrative fee. For “Individual” members, a non-member rate will apply to substitutions, as Individual memberships are non-transferrable.

When:

October 03, 2013
for 7.5 hours

Where:

Boston, MA