Improve shipping times and reduce risk: Understanding the benefits of Mutual Recognition

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Find out how you can take advantage of the benefits Mutual Recognition agreements provide importers

As an importer, you know that any delay in your international shipments can have a significant impact on your bottom line. U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program is one way you can help reduce delays. By demonstrating you have security measures in place and becoming a trusted trader in the eyes of CBP, you reduce the likelihood of inspections and border delays.

This article explains the concept of Mutual Recognition, as well as the benefits of attaining trusted trader status, which include improved efficiency, reduced risk and increased global trade opportunities. Learn how to take advantage of these agreements, expanding your supply chain to new markets, finding new – and trusted – international trade partners and getting a leg up on your competition.

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