Since 9/11, governments, airlines, freight forwarders and shippers have struggled with ways to improve air cargo security without impinging too heavily upon the flow of commerce. The Transportation Security Administration's soon-to-be issued rule expanding air cargo security throughout the supply chain and existing rules only now being implemented across the European Union are intended to strengthen barriers against terrorism. But the industry remains concerned about whether the new rules ...

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