Corporate Responsibilities

CTPAT Statement Of Support

As a proud member of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) program since March 1, 2010, supply chain security continues to be an integral part of Universal Electronics Inc.’s (UEI) culture and business processes.

From its inception in 2001, CTPAT remains a voluntary public-private sector partnership program where members work with CBP to strengthen their international supply chains and ultimately improve border security, protecting the supply chain from criminal activities such as drug trafficking, terrorism, human smuggling and illegal contraband, prevent visible pest contamination and ensures goods imported into the United States were not mined, produced or manufactured, wholly or in part, with prohibited forms of labor.

UEI has developed and maintains a multi-layered security program that is consistent with the CTPAT minimum security criteria and remains committed to protecting our organization and supply chain from any illegal or illicit activities.

Security is everyone's responsibility. All employees and business partners, including contractors, service providers and visitors, are educated and must comply with the company's CTPAT policies and procedures that are in place at each facility.

- Richard Carnifax
Senior Vice President, Operations
Universal Electronics Inc.