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cargo

Any property carried on an aircraft other than mail, stores, and accompanied or mishandled baggage (ICAO).
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Based on a six-year trend, DFW's cargo to Latin America has been growing at an annual rate of 29 percent, including strong increases in shipments to Mexico, Chile and Brazil.
bound cargos before they are shipped from foreign ports.
Congress is expected this week to take up The Maritime Transportation Anti-Terrorism Act of 2002, a House bill that would take primary cargo inspection duties away from the Treasury Department's Customs Service by June 30, 2003, and put the Department of Transportation's new Transportation Security Administration in charge of port security.
In announcing the news, John Cockburn, President and CEO of Bulldog Technologies, said today, "Scott Smith is recognized the world over as an authority on cargo and supply chain security and protection.
Bulldog products represent ideal solutions for participants at the ICSC Conference looking to enhance cargo security.
Our nation still takes a $15-billion annual hit by cargo thieves, and globally there's more than $50 billion of cargo theft.
Smith, seminar moderator and Vice Chairman of NCSC said, "Today's cargo thieves and terrorists are using the ever-evolving world of technology to outwit law-enforcement and private-sector security teams.
2 Presidential election, and the most likely means of attack is by detonation of a high-powered bomb concealed in a cargo container in a public place, Lt.
In addition to keynote presentations and topical modules, more than 60 exhibit booths will feature products and services from the nation's leading cargo security providers.
logistics industry for her long-time commitment to cargo security, and especially her influence in shaping key sections of the recently enacted Seaport Security Bill.
NCSC's "Meritorious Service Award" is reserved for noteworthy occasions when individuals demonstrate meritorious acts or superior sustained performance in combating cargo crime.
Sheridan continued, "Successful cargo security requires a combination of Z(R) Backscatter imaging for object identification and material discrimination, transmission imaging for penetration of dense cargo and radiation detection capability for the detection of `dirty bombs' or other radiological threats.