TSA reports good start to 100% cargo screening program

08/12/2010 | Logistics Management (free registration)

U.S. carriers are adjusting well to a new law that requires them to fully screen 100% of cargo shipped via passenger aircraft, experts say. The requirement, which took effect on Aug. 1, is being implemented under the Transportation Security Administration's Certified Cargo Screening Program. "We have not seen major delays and have been able to work out screening arrangements at the hubs where we generate most of our shipments," reported Richard Fisher, president of Falcon Global Edge.

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