The cargo shipping industry has changed – changed irreversibly due to safety concerns now present in the world following the events of 9/11.
These changes have brought about a new mindset in the industry – focusing on the safety and security of not only cargo, but of those individuals who work with or travel with cargo – passengers on planes, port workers and individuals in receipt of shipments.
The only way to protect these individuals today is to know the contents of items being shipped. No longer can we trust that the contents are what the shipper tells us they are – that the contents are free from hazardous or explosive devices aimed at destruction. We must work to be certain, and therefore certain that the safety of our citizens is not in question.
Sentina has developed and patented a U.S. Department of Homeland Security/Safety Act 'Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology'-Designated cargo security system that allows us to come closer to certain than ever before.
(Click the links on the upper right of this page to view data on trace detection tests within Sentina Freight Gloves.)
Designed to meet the government’s new standards on secure cargo outlined in the 9/11 Commission Act of 2007, our TSA-Compliant, tamper-evident Freight Gloves fully encapsulate shipments and are vacuum-sealed, while allowing for intensive, yet expedient, testing of air samples from within the shipment.