Modus Link Gains Logistic Supply Chain Security Accreditation

Press Release
Wednesday, August 01, 2012

U.S. based ModusLink certified for stringent supply chain security standards for customs procedures & logistic trade-related initiatives.

Certified Authorized Economic Operator and C-TPAT status has been granted for ModusLink’s U.S. and EMEA-based Solution Centers.

ModusLinkGlobal Solutions™ Inc. has received Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) security certifications for its Solution Centers in Kildare, Ireland; Apeldoorn, The Netherlands and Brno, Czech Republic.

The World Customs Organization, which oversees AEO guidelines, currently represents 178 member countries in developing global standards for customs procedures and enforcement, supply chain security, and many other trade-related initiatives.

“Managing the security of international shipments is a growing concern and can be an exceptionally difficult undertaking, especially with differing standards and procedures among various ports and countries,” said Tom Nightingale, president, sales and marketing, ModusLink. “AEO and C-TPAT certifications let our clients know their shipments are safe and secure from loading at the origination point to final delivery at their customer’s location.

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