Cargo Conundrum

Hickey, Kathleen
August 2003
Traffic World;8/11/2003, Vol. 267 Issue 32, p18
Trade Publication
Focuses on the conditions of the security measures for cargo transport in the U.S. Hesitance by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to improve port, airport and border security; Evaluation of the process to address security needs; Initiative by the maritime ports to research alternative security methods and technology; Decision by the airports to wait for TSA guidelines.


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