Cargo security: there is a difference between “tracking” and “chain of custody”

Published 18 November 2011

For cargo to be under a tight chain of custody, it requires security throughout its carriage from stuffing, verification, and sealing at point of origin, confirmed by an authorized agent who arms a container’s security system and seals the container. All elements of cargo information, container identification in which it was sealed, identify of person verifying cargo, and all who had access to the cargo during movement and relating dates and times must be maintained electronically in the control system of the secure servers of the container security device provider.

Source: Cargo security: there is a difference between “tracking” and “chain of custody”

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