Blaine getting new cargo scanning technology

CBP upgrading at 12 ports of entry nationally   WASHINGTON — On May 12 U.S. Customs and Border Protection unveiled a $46 million initiative to enhance the security and efficiency of rail cargo inspections at locations throughout the United States.   CBP will replace aging rail scanning systems at 12 rail ports of entry on the U.S….

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