Support Around the World
With a distribution network of fifty-two countries worldwide, Japan to Tobago to Argentina, we have the leverage and resources to get your packaging where it needs to go. No matter what mode of travel your shipment takes, our logistics department handles every order without delay and with precise follow-through measures to help you meet your deadlines.
As the first packaging distributor to become C-TPAT certified, we are dedicated to the process of service improvement. Our certification means we are able to deliver packaging supplies to our customers with reduced border delay times and our products get front-of-the-line processing for inspections.
C-TPAT: Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism
All American Containers is committed to the protection of the global supply chain and has made an important contribution to help secure the United States’ borders and ensure the continuous free flow of international trade. C-TPAT is a voluntary public-private sector partnership program which recognizes the highest level of cargo security only through close cooperation with the principle stakeholders of the international supply chain such as importers, carriers, consolidators, licensed customs brokers, and manufacturers. As a member, All American Containers fully cooperates with U.S. Customs to establish acceptable security practices throughout the entire supply chain.
In 2003, All American Containers became one of the first companies to partner with C-TPAT in order to safeguard our nation. C‐TPAT members are considered low‐risk and are therefore less likely to be examined. This designation is based on a company’s past compliance history, security profile, and the validation of a sample international supply chain. C-TPAT partners are afforded many benefits, including reduced inspections at the port of arrival, expedited processing at the border, and other significant benefits, such as “front of line” inspections and penalty mitigation. C-TPAT status may also be taken into consideration when unforeseen events occur which may result in a disruption or delay of cargo processing.