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Singapore Customs Supply Chain Security Program Secure Trade Partnership (STP). Andrew Styles Supply Chain Security Consultant Luke Simmons & Associates (Asia) Ltd. We live in turbulent and difficult times. Political Unrest Venezuela (Jan 04). Terrorism Mumbai, India (Jul ‘06).

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singapore customs supply chain security program secure trade partnership stp

Singapore CustomsSupply Chain Security ProgramSecure Trade Partnership (STP)

Andrew Styles

Supply Chain Security Consultant

Luke Simmons & Associates (Asia) Ltd

we live in turbulent and difficult times
We live in turbulent and difficult times...

Political UnrestVenezuela (Jan 04)

TerrorismMumbai, India (Jul ‘06)

War / InsurgencyIraq (Mar ’03->)

Terrorist Hostage-takingAl-Khobar, Saudi Arabia (May ‘04)

TerrorismLondon (July ‘05)

2004 2005 2006

Quake/TsunamiIndian Ocean (Dec ‘05)

Terrorist BombingMadrid, Spain (Mar ‘04)

Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, WilmaGulf Coast / Florida (Sep/Oct ‘05)

Military ConflictLebanon/Israel (Aug ‘06

HurricanesFlorida (Aug-Oct ‘04)

background
Background
  • International crime and terrorism has become a major concern to both governments and businesses
  • Due to the vulnerability of international supply chains of being either
    • a direct target for crime and terrorism
    • a means to deliver weapons
  • In response to this new threat, several voluntary supply chain security programs have been created or modified
voluntary govt scs programs
Voluntary Govt SCS Programs
  • Voluntary security programs link business and Govt
  • Initially created to fight supply chain disruption such as theft, drug smuggling, loss, damage etc
  • Currently, initiatives are evolving with a focus on terrorism
  • Programs all appear to be dissimilar - different main targets, originating parties and geographic focus
  • However, all consist of set of security measures which if adequately implemented constitute a supply chain security management system
voluntary govt scs programs1
Voluntary Govt SCS Programs

Things to consider…

  • Even though voluntary, cost of not being involved can be high (due to more inspections, higher fees etc.)
  • Implementing the required standards in a cost-effective way
  • Great degree of freedom as to how to implement the security standards
  • There is a need to guarantee compatibility between programs & establish mutual recognition
first steps
First steps
  • Singapore Government established a steering committee (2006)
  • Singapore Customs (SC) set up as custodian
  • SC established the Supply Chain Security Unit
  • Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) on steering committee
  • EDB reached out to MNCs to get feedback
consultation
Consultation
  • Industry consultation
  • Focus groups established with all sections in the supply chain
  • SC Officers were sent overseas to study other similar programs
  • SC Officers visited companies – better understanding
program guidelines
Program guidelines
  • Program guidelines/audit developed
  • SC made sure the program was:
    • appropriate to all sections of the supply chain
    • not industry specific
pilot program
Pilot program
  • Chose MNCs for pilot run - MNCs with a reputation for having a secure supply chain
  • These companies invited to participate
  • 8 companies accepted
stp benefits 1
STP benefits 1
  • Reward & recognition for having robust supply chain
  • Greater visibility of the SC
  • Further enhanced security
  • Reduced costs
stp benefits 2
STP benefits 2

Mutual recognition

  • Australia, USA, Japan
  • Trade recovery – if terrorist attack or other issue, STP certified will be some of the first cleared
  • Ongoing process
more details
More details

Singapore Customs

www.customs.gov.sg - see STP hyperlink