Customs Trade Partnership against Terrorism (C-TPAT) status confirmed for another three years

ERIE, Pa. - Logistics Plus Inc. is proud to announce its C-TPAT status has been maintained by meeting all of the required revalidation criteria examined as part of a recent U.S. Customs Border and Protection (CBP) audit. C-TPAT is a program implemented by CBP to strengthen international supply chains and to improve the U.S. border protection and security.

To become a certified C-TPAT member, a security profile that summarizes the procedures of securing the supply chain must be submitted. The Logistic Plus security profile was originally submitted and approved by CBP in 2003, and the company has remained a certified member ever since. Members must undergo a revalidation process every three years, and Logistics Plus continues to meet all of the necessary criteria, including:
“We are very proud of our revalidation results and being a member of this important partnership,” said Adam Mook, compliance manager for Logistics Plus. “As a global operating company, we see it as our duty to comply with international security guidelines to protect our customers and their supply chains against risks and peril.”

  • Supply Chain Security Risk Assessment
  • Business Partner Requirements
  • Container / Conveyance / Transport Security
  • Procedural Security
  • Physical Security
  • Physical Access Controls
  • Security Training and Threat Awareness
  • Personnel Security
  • Information Technology Security