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The dynamics inside the global container system and increased post 9/11 security requirements from the government’s side force all companies involved in container transportation processes to provide more efficient and cost-effective services. How to balance security and business efficiency in container logistics system? Smart technologies like RFID e-seals on containers have the potential to add the required level of security to global shipping lines as well as generate a new business value. In this paper we give an overview of new advantages of e-seals implementation in global container system for service logistics providers, ports and container terminals, container shippers.
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