The US could be about to be dogged by a sniffer shortage
Everything has its own supply chain, even, it seems, sniffer dogs. Prior to the pandemic, ...
While the UK suddenly banned the use of sniffer dogs for air cargo screening, in the US, forwarders are pushing for greater use. The Airforwarders Association has urged Washington to allow privately trained dogs to screen air cargo off-airport. They argue that it would cut costs as well as speeding up the process. It will be interesting to see what the government decides, particularly in light of the UK’s recent decision.
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