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Customs & Border Protection's Security Measures

Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT)

C-TPAT is a voluntary program. C-TPAT partners with importers, carriers, forwarders, warehousemen and other trade participants to protect their supply chains from concealment of terrorist weapons.

C-TPAT's strategic plan includes:
Do you know? 10+2 USCBP Rule Importer Security Filing and Additional Carrier Requirement
  • To help prevent terrorist weapons from being transported to the USA, ocean vessel carriers bringing cargo to the U.S. are required to transmit certain data to Customs and Border Protection (CBP) about the cargo before the goods are exported.
  • It will be a combined effort between the U.S. Importer, Foreign Vendor, Freight Forwarder and Steamship Lines. The two parties responsible to transmit the data are ABI filers (typically Customs Brokers) and the Carriers.
  • Importer Security Filing and Additional Carrier Requirements
  • Importer Security Filing Form
Inward Manifest Confidentiality requests
  • The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) allows full or partial disclosure of unreleased information and document by the Government to the public.
  • This includes information contained on inward ocean manifests.
  • Companies buy this information and sell it to the import communities.
  • Any data listed on an Ocean bill of lading may be contained in this data.
  • Contact compliance@lsidaho.com to find out how to maintain your manifest data confidential.

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