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SEA CARGO AMERICAS September 16-18 2007

SEA CARGO AMERICAS September 16-18 2007. Protecting the United States while fostering its Economic Vitality. CBP Port Security A Layered Defense . Screening and Inspection CSI (Container Security Initiative) 24-Hour Rule C-TPAT (Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism)

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SEA CARGO AMERICAS September 16-18 2007

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  1. SEA CARGO AMERICAS September 16-18 2007 Protecting the United States while fostering its Economic Vitality

  2. CBP Port Security A Layered Defense • Screening and Inspection • CSI (Container Security Initiative) • 24-Hour Rule • C-TPAT (Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism) • Use of Cutting-Edge Technology • Canine Detection Teams

  3. 24 Hour RULE 24-Hour Rule: Under this requirement, manifest information must be provided 24 hours prior to the sea container being loaded onto the vessel in the foreign port. CBP may deny the loading of high-risk cargo while the vessel is still overseas.

  4. Container Security Initiative • CORE ELEMENTS • The four core elements of CSI • Identify High Risk Containers. • Prescreen and evaluate containers before they are shipped. • Use technology to prescreen high risk containers to ensure that screening can be done rapidly without slowing down the movement of trade. • Use smarter, more secure containers, to identify containers that have been tampered with during transit. GOALS 58 OPERATIONAL PORTS BY THE END OF 2007 At that time 90 percent of all transatlantic and transpacific cargo imported into the United States will be subject to prescreening.

  5. Current CSI ports operating: In the Americas: • Vancouver, Montreal, and Halifax, Canada (all prior Joint Targeting Initiative (JTI) ports). • Santos, Brazil. • Buenos Aires, Argentina. • Puerto Cortes, Honduras. • Freeport, The Bahamas. • Balboa, Panama.

  6. Current CSI ports operating: In Europe: • Rotterdam, Netherlands. • Antwerp and Zeebrugge, Belgium. • Le Havre and Marseille, France. • Bremerhaven and Hamburg, Germany. • Genoa, La Spezia, Naples, Gioia Tauro, and Livorno, Italy. • Algeciras, Spain.

  7. Current CSI ports operating: In Europe: • Piraeus, Greece. • Felixstowe, Liverpool, Thamesport, Tilbury, and Southampton, U.K. • Gothenburg, Sweden. • Lisbon, Portugal.

  8. Current CSI ports operating: In Asia and the Far East: • Hong Kong. • Singapore. • Pusan, South Korea. • Yokohama, Tokyo, Nagoya, and Kobe, Japan. • Port Klang and Tanjung Pelepas, Malaysia.

  9. Current CSI ports operating: In Asia and the Far East: • Laem Chabang, Thailand. • Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). • Shenzhen and Shanghai. • Kaohsiung. • Colombo, Sri Lanka. • Port Salalah, Oman. • Port Qasim, Pakistan.

  10. Current CSI ports operating: In Africa : • Durban, South Africa.

  11. C-TPAT Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism C-TPAT, is a public-private, international partnership with the Trade Community. CBP along with its partner companies work together to improve baseline security standards for supply chain and container security.

  12. Screening and Inspection CBP screens 100 percent of all cargo before it arrives in the U.S. using intelligence and cutting edge technologies. CBP inspects all high risk cargo.

  13. Use of Cutting-Edge Technology • Radiation Portal Monitors • Personal Radiation Detectors • Radiation Isotope Identifiers • Large-Scale Gamma-ray/X-Ray Imaging Systems • Explosives and Narcotics Detection Systems • Portable Contraband Detector ‘Buster’ • Automated Targeting System (ATS) • Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System

  14. Canine Detection Teams Canine Detection Teams: More than 600 canine detection teams, who are capable of identifying narcotics, bulk currency, human beings, explosives, agriculture pests, and chemical weapons are deployed at our ports of entry.

  15. Wood Packaging Materials (WPM) • FAILURE TO COMPLY • WITH 7 C.F.R. §319.40-3 • Regulated WPM must be properly marked to indicate that it has been either heat treated or treated with methyl bromide.

  16. Wood Packaging Materials (WPM) XX represents the ISO country code. 000 represents the unique number assigned by the national plant protection organization. YY represents either HT for heat treatment or MB for methyl bromide fumigation. JULY 5, 2006 Full Enforcement Commenced

  17. 10 + 2 RULE(ADVANCE MANIFEST RULE) “ The advance manifest rule, the upcoming 10 + 2 security filing, trusted shipper programs, targeted overseas inspection through the Container Security Initiative, and port and vessel security regimes provide an equivalent level of security and makes 100 percent scanning unnecessary.” ROBERT C. BONNER Former Commissioner Customs and Border Protection

  18. Become a C-TPAT Member. Secure the supply chain by doing business with other C-TPAT members. Use a CSI Member Port. File Entries in advance of the vessels arrival. Insure Information on Shipping Bills is both accurate and detailed of items and participants. Ensure shipper is IPPC (WPM) Certified and Wood Products are properly stamped/labeled. When shipping regulated cargo make sure your shippers are certified by the USDA. Insure appropriate USDA Permits accompany regulated cargo & ensure Sanitary Certifications accompany Meat Products. Present Vehicle Export paperwork 72 hours in advance of date of departure. Use the CBP Website to familiarize yourself with CBP policies and procedures. What can I do to expedite cargo!TOP TEN

  19. Our Mission We are the guardians of our Nation’s borders. We are America’s frontline. We safeguard the American homeland at and beyond our borders. We protect the American public against terrorists and the instruments of terror. We steadfastly enforce the laws of the United States while fostering our nation’s economic security through lawful international trade and travel. We serve the American public with vigilance, integrity and professionalism. Vigilance, Service, Integrity The American flag flies precariously out of an office window at the New York Customhouse at the World Trade 6 building at ground zero. Customs agents review the damage from inside the NYC Customhouse after the terrorist attack.

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