Getting Ready for C-TPAT, AEO, and PIP

Training is a key component to launching and maintaining a successful supply chain security program

Is Your Supply Chain Security Program Ready?

Identifying the risks in your supply chain is the first step to mitigating against them.

C-TPAT, PIP, and AEO Program Review and Validation Support

 

What are the next steps for your Program?

Continuous improvement is the only way to maintain your competitive advantage.

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Latest News

Rx-360 Selects BSI Supply Chain Solutions to Lead its International Joint Audit Program
6 Jun, 2014

Rx-360, a not-for-profit international consortium representing the world’s leading pharmaceutical and biotech organizations, is committed to protecting patient safety. Recognizing that the globalization of suppliers has added significant complexity to ensuring supplier quality and security of the supply chain, Rx-360 has developed the Joint Audit program to verify and validate supplier compliance, enhance supply chain integrity and improve quality.

Code Orange: BSI Supply Chain Solutions Warns of Continued Smuggling of Counterfeit Items into the Philippines
19 Feb, 2014

BSI has confirmed several recent seizures by Philippine authorities of various smuggled counterfeit goods shipped into the country since February 2014.

Sean Doherty, Veteran of U.S. Customs & Border Protection, Joins BSI's Supply Chain Security Solutions Group
28 Feb, 2013

BSI America Professional Services Inc., a business unit of BSI today announced that Sean E. Doherty, a 35-year veteran of the U.S. Customs Service & Border Protection and a C-TPAT expert, has joined BSI's Supply Chain Security Solutions Group as an Advisory Services Executive.

Upcoming events and conferences

New Register now for the 2014 Fall SCAN Conference
September 9th, 2014

One of the most common complaints made by the international supplier base is the repetition of Supply Chain Security audits.

This common complaint brought multiple industry leaders together to identify a strategy that would help reduce the cost and number of supply chain security audits conducted on global suppliers and factories each year. This collaboration led to the idea of creating a single agreed-upon security audit and sharing platform that would allow importers to evaluate shared supplier and factory audits. The Supplier Compliance Audit Network (SCAN), was developed to facilitate this strategy and establish an audit sharing platform that would help improve audit consistency, lower audit costs, and reduce audit frequency.

The 2014 Fall SCAN Conference will be held on September 9th, 2014 in Nashville, TN. During this conference we will continue to build on the concept of an auditing sharing platform and appoint board members to further develop the network.

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