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CTPAT Statement of Support Letter

Fusion Worldwide, a global distributor headquartered in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, supports the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) program and is committed to, uphold, follow, review and comply with the CTPAT Minimum Security Criteria (MSC) as a global business and both an importer and exporter of electronic components and electronic products.

CTPAT is a voluntary joint government-business initiative to build cooperative relationships that strengthen the overall supply chain and border security. CTPAT offers businesses an opportunity to play a major role in the war against terrorism and ensure a more secure supply chain for their employees, suppliers, and customers.

Fusion Worldwide’s executive team,  management teams, and employees globally commit to participate in the CTPAT program, and to implement, follow, and maintain policies, procedures, and practices consistent with the C-TPAT Minimum Security Criteria for both import and export as enforced by CBP.

As a participant in the CTPAT program, Fusion Worldwide has committed to:

  • Implement, follow, and maintain policies, procedures and practices that are consistent with the CTPAT Importer and Exporter Security Criteria.

  • Cooperate with CBP in their efforts to ensure the security of the supply chain.

  • Devote sufficient resources to ensure its supply chain security program is effectively implemented and maintained.

  • Meet the recommended business and security practices globally.

  • Assist in the worldwide campaign to stop terrorism and other illegal activities. To that end ensure each region where Fusion Worldwide operate logistics hubs maintains strong security compliance programs

  • Provide security guidelines and training for Fusion Worldwide  employees , contractors, service providers, and others associated with the company globally

  • Maintain a safety first mindset and ensure a safe and secure environment for our employees, customers, vendors, and other visitors to any of our facilities globally.

  • Investigate any situation or significant event which may be related to a breach in cargo security or any CTPAT criteria and notify senior management, the proper authorities, and conduct reviews and after action analysis and improvements if warranted.

  • Review, revise, and update security policies and procedures on a regular basis, or as needed. CTPAT impacts nearly every department within our organization as well as outside entities such as carriers, customers, and global suppliers.

All Fusion Worldwide employees, contractors, service providers, and others involved directly or indirectly in our international supply chain are expected to comply with and/or meet the CTPAT Minimum Security Criteria as well as any policies, procedures, and instructions issued by Fusion Worldwide.

Fusion Worldwide is committed to promoting a culture of security, and to ensure laws and regulations are followed through organizational commitment for the security of our Supply Chain and the CTPAT program. To this end, Fusion has organized teams that are focused on ensuring this commitment is followed throughout the organization.

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