Under this law the number of transactions under review by the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) from under 1 million to over 11.5 million. The real impact of the UFLPA has yet to be felt as the CBP ramps up its enforcement capabilities, which is why the time for manufacturers to act is now.
In this fireside chat, two Assent experts will explore how UFLPA compliance dovetails with other ESG and supply chain due diligence legislation, the risks of losing market access, and how to reconfigure their supply chains to avoid shipment detention.
You will also learn:
- What due diligence means in the context of the UFLPA
- Why engaging suppliers on UFLPA compliance is critical
- How UFLPA fits into existing supply chain due diligence legislation in other countries
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from Assent experts about this important legislation and its impact on your organization.
- Sarah Carpenter, Director, Corporate Responsibility at Assent
- Travis Miller, General Counsel at Assent