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CTPAT minimum security requirements

Eastman is a certified CTPAT (Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism) member and remains committed to a safe and secure supply chain. CTPAT is a program operated by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection that provides the highest level of cargo security in the supply chain. The program promotes cooperation with principal stakeholders in the international supply chain, including importers, carriers, consolidators, licensed customs brokers and manufacturers.

To ensure CTPAT compliance, Eastman requires foreign manufacturers and vendors who export goods to a U.S. Eastman site to meet customs security requirements and demonstrate compliance to Eastman.

Step 1

Foreign manufacturers and vendors must complete and return the CTPAT Verification Form to gsprcm@eastman.com.

Eastman CTPAT Verification Form link

Step 2

If a foreign manufacturer or vendor is not a CTPAT or Authorized Economic Operator member, the minimum security requirement questionnaire must be completed.

Minimum security requirement questionnaire

For more information, contact Eastman’s global procurement risk and compliance office at gsprcm@eastman.com.