DENIED PARTY SCREENING

Denied
Party Screening

Eliminate the risk of shipping to a restricted party and stay compliant with Denied Party Screening. Through the use of the Consolidated Screening List, Magaya users can stay assured their shipments are safe.

enables full compliance

KEEPS YOU COMPLIANT

Our screening list pulls directly from the export screening lists of the Departments of Commerce, State, and the Treasury.

saves time

SAVES TIME

By using Denied Party Screening, users can check one source instead of having to rely on multiple databases before shipment.

avoid added costs

PREVENTS ADDED EXPENSES AND RISKS

Avoid fines, penalties, or even prosecution by using DPS, ensuring that shipments are staying within the regulations.

“The user-friendly interface reduces the amount of work for the user by eliminating duplicate data entry. Shipment details are managed with simple workflows. Send important information to customs authorities and generate required documents like the bill of lading.”

– Magaya Customer

Protect Yourself and Your Clients From Costly Mistakes

Ensuring that shipments aren’t going to the wrong hands is easy with Denied Party Screening. To learn more about how it fits within the entire Magaya Digital Freight Platform, schedule your consultation today!

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

Through the Bureau of Industry and Security, we’ve incorporated the Denied Persons List, Unverified List, and Entity List in this solution.

DEPARTMENT OF STATE

Up-to-date information from the Bureau of International Security and Non-proliferation, plus list of Non-proliferation Sanctions. Also cross-referenced with the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, and the AECA Debarred List.

DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

Sourced from the Office of Foreign Assets Control lists, including the Specially Designated Nationals List, Foreign Sanctions Evaders List, Sectoral Sanctions Identifications (SSI) List, and the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC) List.

Frequently Asked Questions About Denied Party Screening

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1. What is Denied Party Screening (DPS)?

Denied Party Screening refers to the process of checking if any individual, company, or organization involved in a shipment or transaction appears on government-issued denied party lists, such as sanctions lists or watchlists.

2. Why is Denied Party Screening important for freight forwarders?

Depending on contractual terms, freight forwarders can be held responsible and liable for ensuring compliance with export control regulations and trade sanctions. Conducting Denied Party Screening helps you avoid engaging in transactions with denied or restricted parties, which could lead to legal and financial consequences for both your customers and your business.

3. When should freight forwarders conduct Denied Party Screening?

Denied Party Screening should be performed at various stages of the shipping process, including at the time of onboarding new customers, before initiating a shipment, and periodically during ongoing business relationships. It is also important to conduct screenings when changes occur in government lists or when dealing with high-risk destinations.

3. Are there any penalties for non-compliance with Denied Party Screening?

Yes, there can be severe penalties for non-compliance, including fines, loss of export privileges, and reputational damage. It is crucial for freight forwarders to prioritize compliance with Denied Party Screening to avoid legal and financial risks.n changes occur in government lists or when dealing with high-risk destinations. 

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