AIT Delivers World-Class SCRM, Logistics Risk Management Expertise
We live and work in a new era of security. Nowhere is the demand for enhanced protective measures more apparent than the realm of logistics risk management. From theft to terrorism to hazardous materials spills, every link in the global supply chain faces threats each day.
That’s why AIT is invested in supply chain risk management (SCRM) strategies that safeguard our customers assets as well as our people and the communities where we all live and work.
Read on to learn more about how we hold ourselves to rigorous compliance and performance standards of quality and security, managing supply chain risk and delivering excellence for our customers around the world.
Certifications for Managing Supply Chain Risk
AIT strictly adheres to industry-standard compliance regulations and holds several transportation licenses and certifications.
Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) Facilities
All of AIT’s U.S. facilities are CTPAT-certified AEO facilities. And our five European locations (Amsterdam, Netherlands, and Exeter, Manchester and London, United Kingdom) are all accredited AEOs. Learn more.
Good Distribution Practices Certified Life Sciences Control Tower
There’s zero room for error in the pharmaceutical and healthcare supply chains. That’s why AIT’s Life Sciences Control Tower earned Good Distribution Practices certification. Learn more.
Indirect Air Carrier (TSA)
AIT’s Indirect Air Carrier status helps customers expand their organization’s reach—safely and securely. Learn more.
Certified Cargo Screening Facility (TSA)
Our TSA-certified cargo screening facility capabilities reduce global supply chain risk and increase productivity. Learn more.
Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC)
As a licensed NVOCC freight forwarder, AIT can secure discounted rates and handle all aspects of ocean freight shipping to and from most countries. Learn more.
CTPAT Certified Consolidator (U.S. Customs)
CTPAT certification and compliance allow AIT to provide improved security and speed of service. Learn more.
Additional AIT transportation licenses and certifications include:
- Licensed Freight Forwarder (DOT/FMSCA)
- Licensed Motor Carrier (DOT/FMSCA)
- Licensed Freight Broker (DOT)
- Hazardous Materials Certified (DOT)
- Ocean Transportation Intermediary (FMSCA)
- Truck Broker (FMSCA)
- Licensed Customs Broker (U.S. Customs)
- Customs Bonded Carrier (U.S. Customs)
- Registered under the Bioterrorism Act
- Food Handling Facility
Logistics Risk Management Associations and Affiliations
AIT is a member of numerous professional and regulatory associations, including several developed and managed by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and the Department of Transportation (USDOT).
Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) Carrier (DOD)
AIT utilizes our enhanced abilities to transport mission-critical commodities around the world as a CRAF-sponsored forwarder. Learn more.
SmartWay Transport Partner (EPA)
As a SmartWay Transport Partner, AIT provides customers with sustainable supply chain options to shrink their carbon footprint and demonstrate environmental responsibility. Learn more.
Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA)
TAPA certification and membership is one of the many ways AIT provides expert, dependable asset protection. Learn more.
Additional AIT affiliations include:
- Cargo Network Services Corporation (CNS, an IATA Company)
- Air Forwarders Association (AFA)
- World Freight Alliance (WFA)
- WCA Perishables
- National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA)
- National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA)
- National Safety Council
- Small Business, Non-Scheduled Chartered Freight Air Transportation Small Business Air Freight Forwarder (NAICS #481212)
- ITAR Registration (DDTC)
Entrust your SCRM to a global expert
When it comes to managing supply chain risk, look for a partner with decades of experience and a wealth of credentials. To learn more about AIT’s commitment to compliance and quality, contact a representative today.