FloraTrace & Rezylient Insurance Agency will be at the AAEI's 2024 Annual Conference in June 10-12, 2024 in Fort Lauderdale. Reach out to Terje Gloerstad tgl@floratrace.com to setup a meeting

Tokio Marine Kiln and FloraTrace launch new product to improve ethical practices in global supply chains

Tokio Marine Kiln (TMK) and Rezylient Insurance Agency today announces the launch of a new trade disruption product, Rezylient which provides financial protection against disruptions to supply chains, alongside a suite of risk management tools, powered by FloraTrace, to scrutinise and enhance ethical practices throughout sourcing processes.

Read more on: Tokio Marine Kiln

Floratrace and Rezylient Insurance Agency was at RIMS 2024 in San Diego, reach out to Kim Gunther (kimg@floratrace.com) for any follow ups.

May 5 – May 8, 2024 | San Diego, CA

FloraTrace attended the AAEI’s 102nd Annual Conference and Expo!

Brett Tipple, PhD, Chief Scientist at FloraTrace spoke about isotopic testing and chemical analysis used for origin verification for supply chain transparency. Knowing where goods originate and identifying forced labor prone sourcing, empowers companies to remediate, diversify or decouple from forced labor to comply with the UFLPA.

Carli Rosencranz

FloraTrace Welcomes New Advisor: Carli Rosencranz – FloraTrace Brands Advisor
Carli Rosencranz is a seasoned professional with a 25-year tenure in Fortune 500 Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) and Retail corporations. She has spent the last 15 years in various leadership roles at Walmart.

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Brenda Smith

Brenda Smith, International Trade and Public Policy Leader, joins FloraTrace Advisory Board, supporting human rights due diligence in commerce.

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Forced Labor expo

FloraTrace’s Chief Scientist, Dr. Brett Tipple, presented on how forensic chemistry and origin verification science helps importers stay compliant at the Custom and Border Protection’s Forced Labor Technical Expo.

Rejected, Detained, Do Not Enter, Banned…

Nobody wants to hear those words: “Rejected,” ‘”Detained,” “Do Not Enter,” “Banned.” That’s especially true if your business depends on imports into the U.S. You very much don’t want a Detention Letter from Customs and Border Protection (CBP). However, a new trade law has importers taking notes on how to comply with the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA). Read the full article using the below link

https://www.insurancethoughtleadership.com/commercial-lines/rejected-detained-do-not-enter-banned

KYG Trade and FloraTrace Integrate Supply-Chain Traceability with Regulatory Compliance and Sustainable Sourcing Metrics

NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 20, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ — KYG Trade, Inc. (www.kygtrade.com) and FloraTrace, Inc. (www.floratrace.com) are joining forces on the KYG Trade SaaS platform and marketplace. KYG Trade is the world’s first Trade and sustainability metrics attestation platform and marketplace. FloraTrace increases brand value by authenticating the geographic origin of materials using science-based solutions and risk transfer solutions. The collaboration expands the services of both partners which are dedicated to facilitating trade compliance, sustainable supply chains, transparency and consumer trust.

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