You may or may not want to read the article at Wired which starts out like this...In Italy, all cargo containers carrying scrap metal get checked for radiation, by hand, before they’re allowed off the docks. At Voltri, this job falls to Montagna, a 49-year-old independent consultant certified as an expert in radiation detection by the Italian government. By the time he arrived that morning, longshoremen had gathered eleven 20-foot-long, 8-foot-wide containers from across the terminal, relying on manifests to determine which ones needed to be scanned.
DHL aims to improve on its service by testing out a bunch of GPS-trackable cargo containers that allow customers to check on their precious package no matter where they are in the world. Package tracking is old hat by now, but with ... Read Post
U.S. authorities in Newark, New Jersey seized a cargo ship with goods from India and Egypt on Wednesday after hearing what sounded like people stowed away inside a container on the vessel, the U.S. Coast Guard said. Read Post