Dutch Customs Sets the Bar on Rail Cargo Security at Port of Rotterdam

Through the use of advanced x-ray scanning technology and cutting edge threat detection processes, the Port of Rotterdam can now scan all cargo on trains moving up to 35 miles per hour (a 40 foot container every eight-tenths of a second) without any sacrifice in security.  Aside from rail freight, Rotterdam is often recognized as a world leader in cargo processing across all modes of supply chain security operations.  The combination of state-of-the-art scanning equipment, automated targeting technology, and ultra-accurate threat detection greatly reduces risks associated with smuggling and other malicious attacks.  This all allows Rotterdam to serve as a leading European hub that allows goods to be moved with high-efficiency to and from  all parts of the world.

GSN Magazine has the full story.

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