Restricted Party Screening / Denied Party Screen
Our tools help you manage required due diligence screenings of all parties and individuals along your transportation supply chain.
DB Schenker’s Restricted Party Screening / Denied Party Screening tool helps your organization fulfill screening requirements as a critical link to the transportation supply chain and reach the highest compliance standards. Versatile and intuitive, our solution works the way you work, so that screening is seamless and integrated into your everyday operations.
Instant Deployment – Once approved we can have you up and running with a system user access any time.
Robust Search Capability – Through a number of proprietary methodologies, DB Schenker restricted party search engine delivers quality screening results you can rely on.
Advanced Search Options – Our available search options (such as exact, fuzzy and phonetic) gives you, the flexibility to modify your search and get the results you need.
Audit Ready – accurate recordkeeping and audit-ready capabilities means you can demonstrate due diligence quickly and with confidence.
Easy to Understand Results – Your results arrive back quickly – prioritize by relevant details so you take appropriate action.
Perpetual Screening – Once a screening is entered, our program performs daily rescreening against any regulatory agency changes that might have taken place on any of the Government lists. Our system updates the changes to these lists each day. If a previous entry suddenly shows up on a list that did not previously show, an email is generated with all the details for your review.
Risk Country Notifications – Provides alerts on country sanctions or embargoes. Alerting you, of U.S. government and international restrictions.
It’s not only who you do business with but which countries are involved. An individual or a company may not appear on a restricted parties list, but dealing with them may violate sanctions or embargoes.
Each time you screen with DB Schenker Restricted Party Screening, your results return risk country notifications, alerting you to any problems countries named during the screening process. Risk countries can include embargoed countries, sanctioned countries, OFAC restricted countries, foreign-produced direct product re-exports, transshipment country prohibitions and more.
Frequently Asked Questions
Restricted Party Screening / Denied Party Screening is an essential component of any compliance program. It allows for screening against not only U.S. government lists but also internationally recognized lists.
Who is responsible for vetting against U.S. and/or International government lists?
Each and every participant in the global transportation supply chain is responsible to perform their own due diligence of screening entities and individuals involved in the transport of the commodities; from the sales, exporter, freight forwarder, broker, carrier, importer and everyone in between.
Any company, person, and even financial institution involved in the transaction are required to be vetted. If named on any document (i.e. letter of credit, purchase order, invoice, work order, packing list, etc. – then screen).
When should screening occur?
Screening is to occur throughout the transportation supply chain.