Historically, maritime transportation has been the most cost-effective way to ship bulk goods and materials around the world. More than 90% of the world’s goods are transported by sea, making ports the most-used channel of inspection and distribution. While the high volume of traffic already makes ports vulnerable to theft and crime, the added stress of the global pandemic-driven supply chain crisis, shortages of various goods, and a lack of appropriate port security have exacerbated these problems over the last two years. According to CargoNet, port theft has contributed to the $57.90 million in cargo stolen across the U.S. in…
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