C-TPAT Compliance Audit


C-TPAT Compliance Audit

C-TPAT Compliance Audit, that we offer, basically stands for Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism. C-TPAT Compliance Audit helps the government to reduce terrorism and protect the borders of the nation. C-TPAT Compliance Audit is a pact between private organizations and the government of USA to minimize the risk of terrorism that hampers growth in business. Within our C-TPAT Compliance Audit services, we cover administrative security, inspection, assessment, certification and consultancy of C-TPAT. Through C-TPAT Compliance Audit, we ensure that organization complies with US customs and standards and has appropriate procedural & physical security, efficient access control, C-TPAT compliant auditor, etc. Within C-TPAT Compliance Audit services, we conduct trainings on procedures of handling C-TPAT application effectively.

C-TPAT Audit helps the government to reduce terrorism and protect the borders of the nation. C-TPAT Audit is a pact between private organizations and the government of USA to minimize the risk of terrorism that hampers growth in business. Our Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) auditing services helps to reduce the impact of supply chain security potential threats.

Constraarch conducts a Supply Chain Security monitoring assessment that is based on custom trade and partnership against terrorism (C-TPAT) Requirements for Security. Our experienced and knowledgeable auditors conduct assessment of supplier organization ensure to protect potential security threat, audit helps to identify corrective , preventive measures and establish improvement plans. We regularly monitor your compliance with C-TPAT requirement through periodic auditing. We also evaluate the compliance of security systems of your prospective or contracted suppliers, manufacturers, transporter, freight forwarders and other service providers, based on a risk assessment of the entire supply chain.

Through C-TPAT Audit services, we ensure that organization complies with US customs and standards and has appropriate procedural security, physical security, efficient access control, personnel security, administration security, container security, supply chain control, information security etc.

Our supply chain security assessment process typically consists of following steps :
  • On-site C-TPAT assessment based on our checklist and the document defined by US custom
  • On completion of the assessment, we provide you with a complete assessment report with observed risk level. Report includes corrective action and area of improvement . This report is reviewed by our technical reviewers before it is sent to all relevant client.
  • We conduct follow up or regular periodic monitoring of C-TPAT compliance of organization i.e subject to our agreement with client


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