As a leading global logistics provider, Gateway Logistics Group is committed to conducting our daily operations in accordance with the import and export control laws and regulations of the United States and other countries.
It is the policy of Gateway Logistics Group to comply with all U.S. Import / Export Control Laws. Export control laws restrict certain types of information, technologies, and commodities that can be transmitted overseas to individuals, including U.S. citizens, or made available to foreign nationals on U.S. soil. Import Laws enables U.S. Customs and Border Protection to properly monitor and manage all legal requirements for goods entering into the United States.
It is the responsibility of Gateway Logistics’ management and staff to be aware of and comply with these laws as well as Gateway Logistics’ written instructions and procedures.
- Compliance with U.S. export controls and regulations is important to U.S. National Security, in order to protect U.S. interests at home and abroad. We must ensure that our importation and exportation processes are conducted legally.
- Compliance not only involves controlled goods and technologies; it also involves restrictions on shipping to certain countries, companies, organizations, and/or individuals. It is critical that Gateway adheres to any and all export regulations, while contributing to U.S. National Security.
- Violations of these import-export laws could subject Gateway to criminal penalties, civil penalties, including large fines, or the loss of import-export privileges. Non-compliance with the applicable rules by Gateway employees could also result in corporate discipline, including dismissal in appropriate cases.
Each employee of Gateway Logistics Group must be dedicated to support this policy. Our goals will be attained through training, management, communication and corporate standards. Any deviation or violation of this policy is to be immediately reported to a direct supervisor, management or legal representative of Gateway Logistics Group.