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The Silent Bomb – Will Travel by Cargo Container

The Silent Bomb which may elude all known advanced defence systems, which may cripple multiple geographical points, simultaneously, and escape detection or arrest of the terrorist perpetrators, is defined by global antiterrorist specialists, as the harmless Cargo Container.

Over eighty (80) percent of all consumable and non-consumable, durable cargo across the world amounting to and in excess of three hundred (300) million containers are transported by Cargo Containers. Only or less than five (5) percent of this traffic is scrutinised or checked by security experts.

Cargo Containers moving freely within the European Union or USA are hardly subjected to security control and are allowed to move freely.

Nuclear Dust, Poisonous substances or a minute quantity of highly toxic substances such as Polonium 210 inserted into containers bound for European Union countries or USA or Japan, from exporting countries such as Philippines, Australia, Pakistan, Korea or Japan could create havoc, when the Cargo Containers are opened by the recipients, and the cargo is distributed, upon delivery.

Contact with Polonium 210, as demonstrated in the Russian ex KGB Spy in London, subjected to an agonizing death within four weeks, if and when subjected to contamination within a food product Cargo Container, may affect hundreds of thousands of consumers.

Similar tragic events may be caused by inserting Nuclear Dust into a container by drilling a small hole on the side of a Cargo Container.

The perpetrators, by the time the disaster is realised after one month, have long disappeared, with absolutely no collateral damage to themselves.

When the recipient country or countries, upon investigation realise the country of origin, such as a major exporter in the Asian region, and subject the country exports into an indefinite embargo, the resulting effect may be that the entire export industry may come to a halt.

This may create a severe financial crisis, unemployment, leading to civil disturbances in the exporting country.

By one fell swop, the terrorists can cause destruction both to importer and the exporter.

The governments in USA, EU, Japan and the major meat exporting countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Brazil have been searching for a solution to prevent such a global disaster.

After the tragic events of 9/11, 2001 in New York, CargoTrax Ltd of Finland, a small unknown private enterprise commenced research into developing an End-to-End, 24×7, Anytime-Anywhere, Global preventive security solution, in co-operation with TriaGnoSys GmbH of Wessling Munich, a spin-off of the German Aerospace Center.

In 2007, during Pilot Trials held between Singapore-Thailand-China-Hong Kong conducted by CargoTrax Ltd, supervised by a major industrial conglomerate in Singapore, acknowledged that the CargoTrax solution performed both On Sea as well as On Land, using GSM-GPRS-GPS over satellite, even On Sea where GSM coverage is unavailable.

The solution includes-; Active Intelligent RFID Door Seal, when deployed, shall inform multiple control points on Land and On Sea,. if and when the Door or the Door Sea is tampered with, or compromised, within seconds. The Sensors within the Cargo Container shall monitor-; Temperature, O2, CO2, Vibration, Acceleration, Humidity, Radiation, Light etc and may be controlled Over-Air by GSM technology.

CargoTrax Ltd is now ready to commercialise the concept globally. Major end-users have expressed their desire to deploy the solution to safeguard the consumers. Whilst the major governments are still thinking on ways and means of how to prevent a Silent Bomb, a disaster of such a magnitude, which might make the 9/11 2001, to look like a minor incident, CargoTrax Ltd has decided to Appeal to the Global Public, the Consumers or Business Angels directly to support the Secured by CargoTrax solution in the interests of humanity.

CargoTrax Singapore Private Ltd, a Limited Liability company is now incorporated in Singapore, subjected to the tough, stringent, Company Laws of Singapore, has a solution which may prevent such hazards.


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