INTEGRITY & COMPLIANCE

NAC’s commitment to providing the highest level of service and value to our clients has been an integral part of our culture for over 35 years.  The spirit and determination that spurred decades of innovation is also reflected in the character of the people that are at the heart of NAC.

Integrity, responsibility, respect, service and sustainability – these principles embody the core values all NAC associates share.  It is why we strive for excellence in all we do.  It is how we live up to our full potential, as individuals and a company.  It is what compels us to go beyond mere compliance with laws and requirements and implement best practices.  It is about leadership.

Today, business is no longer only about capacity and capabilities, it is about creating value.   Service excellence and reliable capacity meet transparency and diligent oversight.  Controls and technology meet compliance and social responsibility.  As a global leader in direct mail, NAC has an integrated and comprehensive process for managing compliance with regulatory requirements, contractual obligations, conformity to international standards, implementation of best practices and engaging stakeholders and employees alike.

NAC operates under a Code of Ethics which promotes honesty, integrity and ethical practices throughout every level or corporate operations, and through all interactions with stakeholders.  NAC is an annually-certified member of the Customs – Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) to promote anti-corruption and transparency in all cross border operations in the U.S. and Mexico.

C-TPAT is a joint government-business initiative to build cooperative relationships that strengthen overall supply chain and border security.  The partnership establishes clear supply chain security criteria that companies must meet in order for membership and annual re-certification.

“The Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) is, beyond question, the largest and most successful government-private sector partnership to emerge from the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.  C-TPAT was launched on November 2001, with just seven companies – seven major importers who embraced the necessity of supply chain security within the highest corporate management levels of their organization.  Today, more than 10,000 companies – critical players in the global supply chain – have applied for membership, and more than 6,000 have been accepted as certified partners.”

Source: Supply Chain Security Best Practices Catalog; Customs – Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-PTAT).  U.S. Customs & Border Protection. January, 2006