Overview of C-TPAT (Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism)
C-TPAT is a voluntary participation program implemented in 2004, after 9/11, by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. It has been designed to enhance and ensure security via global supply chains, through international partnerships between governments and private companies concerned with imports to the U.S. such as importers, carriers and customs brokers.
Actions of Nippon Express USA
Nippon Express U.S.A was allowed to be a C-TPAT partner in April, 2004.
There has been a growing interest in security worldwide and our company has been pushing ahead with security enhancements such as obtaining TAPA for each overseas network base. We are determined to continue enhancing security measures and make the utmost efforts to cooperate against terrorism so that we are able to win the full trust of our customers.