Always Searching to Protect: Ports of the Future Meeting
Continuing with the leadership in custom’s protection, Capin Vyborny was proudly invited to attend the Ports of the Future meeting, along with both government and private sector members, to keep up to date with the current dangers or opportunity areas of the industry. The meeting was held on may 5th in Gilbert, Arizona, and it was led by the Department of Homeland Security, a government institution in charge of protecting our country’s borders and managing the flow of people and products into and out of the United States.
The main objectives of this gathering were to establish a vision in partnership with the industry in modernizing and securing U.S. ports, identifying key improvements in automation, green trade and labor, as well to protect critical port infrastructure from cyber intrusion and malicious foreign actors. This was done by creating an open discussion in current topics like automation, sustainability and cyber integrity. This approach allowed both DHS and the private sector to define and discuss the vulnerabilities they currently see and the improvements that are currently happening or should be made.
As a Customs Brokerage and partner of CBP/DHS, Capin Vyborny also worries about the security of our countries trade practices, and to keep providing the best service to all our clients. Capin Vyborny prides itself in being up to date on the world´s current changes and participating in discussions with regulating bodies and government partners. Adaptability is a characteristic Capin Vyborny is constantly working on safeguarding our homeland, and there’s no better way then learning from DHS.
Capin Vyborny Customs Brokerage & Logistics is a nationally licensed broker who serves clients from North America, Asia, Latin America, and Europe. With ability and experience providing service and transport through any U.S. Customs port of entry. Capin Vyborny’s physical presence across the entire southern U.S. border provides specialized help and relationships for cross U.S.-Mexico trade. For any questions or inquiries please contact us at 520-281-2066 or email@example.com.
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