Get prepared for the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA)
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CBP is planning to hire 300 full time personnel to enforce UFLPA. this is an unprecedented level of funding for the enforcement of a single trade law, and augurs a devastating level of supply chain disruption for importers that are ill-prepared
Growing global demand for transparency
Consumers now give more consideration to wellness, transparency, disclosure and social responsibility.
Government regulation. Companies are not prepared for UFLPA risks and liabilities
Importers assumed “guilty until proven innocent” with a 30 day window for proofs Even Good Faith compliance programs could lead to sanctions Strong bipartisan support with strong enforcement - criminal and civil
Supply chain accountability
Companies' ecosystems, supply chains, and manufacturing models are becoming more complicated and networked.