Sayari for UFLPA

Safeguard your Cross-Border Supply Chains from UFLPA Enforcement

To comply with the UFLPA, importers must have a comprehensive supply chain map to demonstrate forced labor risk due diligence at all stages.

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Quickly uncover hidden trade counterparty connections, including transshipment risk and geographic proximity to designated entities.

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Get an instant full picture view of trade & corporate relationships

View profiles on 1.6M corporate entities geolocated in Xinjiang Province, as well as 91M Chinese company profiles.

Use Sayari’s easy-to-use SaaS platform to quickly identify forced labor risk

Sayari has six dedicated risk factor types for Xinijang and UFLPA forced labor typologies.

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Trusted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection

Sayari was awarded a $7.8 million contract from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to support mitigation of ongoing global supply chain risks and ensure major U.S. corporations comply with import regulations, including new directives like the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA).

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