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Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism is a joint U.S. government-business initiative to build cooperative relationships that strengthen overall supply chain and border security. C-TPAT recognizes C-TPAT Logo that Customs can provide the highest level of security only through close cooperation with the ultimate owners of the supply chain, importers, carriers, brokers, warehouse operators and manufacturers.

Through this initiative, they ask businesses to ensure the integrity of their security practices and communicate their security guidelines to their business partners within the supply chain. This program is similar to the Partners in Protection program that Canada Customs and Revenue Agency has implemented.

Bison Transport's SVI (Status Verification Interface Number) is bisNor00305

Proof of Insurance

At Bison ABL, we want to make your shipping experience absolutely worry free. We want you to know that we have set up proper insurance for handling your valued products. If you ever have any questions or concerns about this please email

ICC Operating Authority

(Rev. 10/84)
Service Date: Dec 12, 1991

No. MC-156588 Sub 6*

This permit is evidence of the carrier's authority to engage in transportation as a common carrier by motor vehicle.

This authority will be effective as long as the carrier maintains compliance with the requirements pertaining to insurance coverage for the protection of the public (49 CFR 1043); the designation of agents upon whom process may be served (49 CFR 1044); the execution of contracts (49 CFR 1053)*; and for passenger carriers, tariffs or schedules (49 CFR 1300 through 1310).

This authority is subject to any terms, conditions and limitations as are now, or may later be, attached to this privilege.

For common carriers with irregular route authority: Any irregular route authority authorized in this certificate may not be tacked or joined with your irregular route authiority unless joinder is specifically authorized.

The transportation service to be performed is described on the reverse side of this document.

By the Commission.

(SEAL) Sidney L. Strickland, Jr. Secretary

NOTE: If there are any discrepancies regarding this document, please notify the Commission within 30 days.

To operate as a common carrier, by motor vehicle, in interstate or foreign commerce, over irregular routes, transporting general commodities (except houshold goods; classes A and B explosives; Poison A; liquified compressed gas; highway route controlled quantity radioactive materials as defined in ss 173.455; or hazardous substances transported in cargo tanks, portable tanks, or hopper type vehicles with capacities in excess of 3,500 water gallons), between points in the U.S. (except AK and HI).

** Reproduction of original document.