Ryder earns anti-terrorism certifications for Asia logistics operations

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Ryder System Inc., a provider of transportation and supply chain management solutions, announced that it has received three anti-terrorism certifications for its Asia and Trans-Pacific logistics operations. Ryder says these certifications enhance its existing anti-terrorism certifications for supply chain operations in North America.

Ryder Ascent Logistics Singapore and Ryder Supply Chain Solutions Asia – part of Ryder’s Supply Chain Solutions division – have been certified as third-party logistics providers in the Customs-Trade Partnership against Terrorism, a joint U.S. government-business initiative supported by the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Customs and Border Protection that promotes global supply chain security and reduces border vulnerabilities.

Ryder CRSA Logistics, also part of Ryder’s Supply Chain Solutions division, has been certified in the Canada Partners in Protection program. PIP is a Canada Border Services Agency program that enlists the cooperation of private industry to enhance border and trade chain security, combat organized crime and terrorism and help detect and prevent contraband smuggling.