Comparing Cargo Security Programs Around the World

Posted by Ryan Gudovitz

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GTA_2_200x200-3.jpg Global Cargo Security Programs offer key advantages to the savvy international trade professional. From C-TPAT to AEO, J-AEO, C-AEO, PIP and NEEC, companies are challenged with aligning these programs, especially when requirements differ from one country to the next.

Amber Road’s Global Trade Academy hosted a webinar, Comparing Cargo Security Programs Around the World, broadcasted live on Tuesday, June 14th. During this webinar, Suzanne Richer, Director of Amber Road’s Trade Advisory Practice, will provide an in-depth overview of cargo security programs' similarities and differences and further discuss the best practices for how firms are overseeing these programs at a local, regional and global level. Subscribe to Amber Road’s Global Trade Academy’s eLearning platform to access a course covering this topic!

Key topics of this webinar included:

  • Getting the most benefits from each program for your supply chain efficiency
  • How these programs are implemented and how they differ from each other
  • The current reciprocity agreements between these programs
  • Best practices for aligning your global cargo security standards

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This post was published on June 2, 2016 and updated on September 12, 2016.

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Topics: Webinars, GTM Best Practices, Supply Chain Visibility, Global Supply Chain, Global Trade Academy, Trade Compliance, C-TPAT