Vietnam Logistics Provider Joins the Secure Shipper Exchange Compliant Partner Network

Jan 21, 2013

TORRANCE, Calif. — The Secure Shipper Exchange announces the addition of its newest member to its network of supply chain service providers and its first member from Vietnam -- Vantage Logistics Corp. of Ho Chi Minh City.

Vantage Logistics Corp. is a full-service company providing international air and ocean logistics services as well as domestic and cross border transportation services via land and waterway.

Vantage Logistics Corp. is a Secure Shipper "Compliant Business Partner, which means they meet minimum security requirements of CTPAT (Customs and Trade Partnership Against Terrorism) and AEO (Authorized Economic Operator). Working with Vantage Logistics Corp. as a business partner in Vietnam provides the following advantages, especially if a company is CTPAT or AEO certified:

1. Pre-Screened as a compliant business partner -- meets the minimum security requirements of AEO and CTPAT partners.

2. Audited -- Vantage Logistics Corp. office in HCMC was audited for supply chain security procedures.

3. Documentation -- Vantage Logistic Corp. can provide key documents that certified companies need as a screened business partner: Security Survey, Business Partner Supply Chain Map, and Audit Report

With Vantage Logistics Corp, there is no need for companies to perform their own business partner security screening. All required documents and certification are available on The Secure Shipper Exchange.

"As a pre-screened and compliant business partner, their service is valuable in helping to ensure that CTPAT / AEO importers receive maximum benefits, such as fewer shipment exams, fewer delays and less costs in the supply chain," said Keith Stites, president of Secure Shipper.

Visit their profile in the Secure Shipper Directory for more information on their services and security profile: http://directory.secureshipper.com/BizProfile.aspx?id=65416 or visit their website directly at www.vantage-logistics.com.vn

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