Schenker Approved for C-TPAT

Thursday, January 23, 2003
Schenker, Inc., a provider for integrated logistics, applied for and is being granted participation in the U.S. Customs’ security initiative, C-TPAT. Schenker joins the ranks of 1600 companies that have agreed to participate in the program, and more than 300 certified members.

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