Valley Forge Composite Technologies and Caravan International of New York, announced that the Federation of Malaysia has included cargo scanners as a line item in the upcoming five-year acquisition plan. Scanners will be used by the Royal Malaysian Customs Department to screen containers at selected major ports in Malaysia.
"We are honored to be chosen by the Malaysian government to help them protect their ports of entry," said Louis Brothers, CEO of Valley Forge. "We believe that this will be the first of many orders of cargo scanners from Pacific Rim countries and from around the globe."
The solution is an advanced screening system for sea and airline cargo. It provides enhanced detection capability with high processing speed and great accuracy. The technology can scan a -shipping container in approximately 30 seconds, allowing it to quickly detect many types of contraband including explosives, narcotics and radioactive materials.