CSI is Coming on Fast

Trunick, Perry A.
January 2003
Transportation & Distribution;Jan2003, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p58
Focuses on the impact of the Container Security Initiative (CSI) on logistics and supply chain companies in the U.S. Goals of the CSI; Importance of the CSI on creating a virtual border at the port of origin; Requirements for CSI compliance.


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