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State-of-the-art container scanner installed at ICTSI’s Baltic Container Terminal

Container scanner at ISTCI Baltic Container Terminal

Container scanner at ISTCI Baltic Container Terminal

The Baltic Container Terminal, International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) subsidiary in Poland, has recently had a state-of-the-art scanner for container screening installed through the Pomeranian Customs Office.

This US$2.5 million investment at the Gdynia Port terminal will increase the security and safety of the port, reduce service time and advance the terminal’s overall performance, say ICTSI.

The dual-energy Rapiscan G-60 scanner shows the content of containers, and can distinguish organic substances from others, with the scanning of each container taking between six and eight minutes.

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