Seventh Avenue Customs

Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT): Insuring Security Throughout Our Supply Chain

In 2004, Seventh Avenue became a certified member of the US Customs & Border Protection's Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism Program (C-TPAT). As an active member of this initiative, our company is continually striving to build partnerships that strengthen, improve, and protect our international import and export supply chain.

In order to develop and maintain these processes, we ask that you as a valued supplier, manufacturer, and transportation provider become familiar with our company's C-TPAT requirements as well as those that are sent forth by the US Customs and Border Protection. Please find below a few resources that will assist you in this endeavor.

Should you have any questions concerning these requirements, please feel free to contact us or go to http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/trade/cargo_security/ctpat/.
 

Resources

C-TPAT Frequently Asked Questions (US Customs & Border Protection Website)

C-TPAT Security Recommendations & Requirements

Seventh Avenue Supply Chain Security Profile - Supplier Questionnaire
(To be completed by all Seventh Avenue International Suppliers & Manufacturers)

Seventh Avenue Supply Chain Security Profile - Supplier Questionnaire (in Chinese)
(To be completed by all Seventh Avenue International Suppliers & Manufacturers)

Seventh Avenue Supply Chain Security Profile - Service Provider Questionnaire
(To be completed by all Seventh Avenue International Service Providers)