All parties in the supply chain are responsible for compliance under local, regional and international laws.
In recent years, the supply chain, has become the target of Global Trade Compliance enforcement action, with many companies being subject to substantial penalties or sanctions and of course the reputational risk to your organisation.
Multinational management, transit regimes and the extraterritorial powers of certain countries demand sophisticated solutions to protect your employees, shareholders, products and customers.
The world as we once knew it has changed, with multiple government agencies globally tasked with the responsibility of protecting society. Regulations are changing on a daily basis driven by real time world events.
Customs authorities globally are tasked with the role of border enforcers of these complex laws and regulations adding further confusion to the myriad of existing voluntary programmes instigated by Customs such as AEO, C-TPAT, PIP etc.
Sanctions and Embargoes
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