SCRLC #6 Regulatory/Security Track. June 5, 2008. Topics/Agenda. TSA Certified Cargo Screening Program Andrew Cox, TSA Ken Konigsmark, Boeing Various topic updates Ken Konigsmark, Boeing GAO report on C-TPAT AEO Update Stanford/IBM/The Manufacturing Institute Study
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June 5, 2008
Ken Konigsmark, Boeing
WCO SAFE Framework of Standards
INTERNATIONAL Sweden (Stairsec), EU (AEO), Canada (PIP), New Zealand (SES), Japan (Asia Gateway Initiative), BASC, Jordan, (Golden List), Singapore (Secure Trade Partnership), Australia, China, US (C-TPAT)
(Transportation Worker Identity Card)
(Certified Cargo Screening Program)
FUTURE?: US Exports? Cargo carrier screening? International air cargo? Mutual recognition? Reciprocal requirements? Risk mgt vs. 100% screening? Import safety?
• Higher supply chain visibility;
• Improved supply chain efficiency;
• Better customer satisfaction;
• Improved inventory management;
• Reduced cycle and shipping time; and
• Cost reduction following the above-mentioned collateral benefits.
When properly leveraged, investments in supply chain security may not only be offset by such benefits but, in fact, can be outweighed by such benefits, and can overall have a positive impact on a company’s bottom line.
• Improved product safety (e.g., 38 percent reduction in theft/loss/pilferage, 37 percent reduction in tampering);
• Improved inventory management (e.g., 14 percent reduction in excess inventory, 12 percent increase in reported on-time delivery);
• Improved supply chain visibility (e.g., 50 percent increase in access to supply chain data, 30 percent increase in timeliness of shipping information);
• Improved product handling (e.g., 43 percent increase in automated handling of goods);
• Process improvements (e.g., 30 percent reduction in process deviations);
• More efficient customs clearance process (e.g., 49 percent reduction in cargo delays, 48 percent reduction in cargo inspections/examinations);
• Speed improvements (e.g., 29 percent reduction in transit time, 28 percent reduction in delivery time window);
• Resilience (e.g., close to 30 percent reduction in problem identification time, response time to problems, and in problem resolution time); and
• Higher customer satisfaction (e.g., 26 percent reduction in customer attrition and 20 percent increase in number of new customers).