Corporate Responsibilities

CTPAT Statement of Support
Universal Electronics Inc. (UEI) has been a dedicated participant in the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) program since March 1, 2010. Supply chain security is integral to our organizational culture and operational framework.
CTPAT, established in 2001, is a voluntary partnership between the public and private sectors aimed at strengthening international supply chains and enhancing border security. This collaboration protects our supply chain from criminal activities such as drug trafficking, terrorism, human smuggling, and illegal contraband. It also ensures that imported goods are free from visible pest contamination and were not produced, manufactured, or mined using prohibited forms of labor.
UEI maintains a robust, multi-layered security program aligned with CTPAT's minimum security criteria. We are committed to safeguarding our organization and supply chain against illegal activities.
Security is a shared responsibility at UEI. All employees, business partners, contractors, service providers, and visitors receive comprehensive education on and adhere to our CTPAT policies and procedures at every facility.
Richard Carnifax
Senior Vice President, Operations
Universal Electronics Inc.