Here’s the thing. A bomb could go off for all you know. Do not smirk or treat this as a laughing matter. Ever since the tragic and historic event of what is known to the world as 9/11, greater awareness has been created and vigilant action continues to be taken across the United States, as well as many other progressive nations across, Europe, Asia and other parts of the world. In ports and terminals package testing has never been more important.
A bomb does not need to go off. But an unmonitored package could spread disease willfully or by accident. Across the world, it is a matter of law that all consignments are vigorously checked out before allowed entry into the country. The fact that illicit and tarnished goods are slipping through the cracks remains a matter for those affected countries’ authorities to deal with. And their superiors need to be made far more accountable.
Nevertheless, mandated package testing in those progressive nations hinted at earlier continues to go off quite well. This is because they have the benefit of forensic specialists, not publicly appointed but in private practice. In any case, there is a good rapport between the public and private sector. Cooperation is the order of the day and responsible companies do everything in their power to abide by all related regulations.
Making this conformity so much easier for these companies is the appointment of those very specialists who are also managing specially prepared warehouses. Packaging can be diverted to these specially prepared warehouses, giving specialist technicians far more control over the work they are tasked with. Even so, working on site at clients’ premises comes as second nature to them. Be on your guard with all packages.