In 2016 the monthly number of international border crossings in the U.S. amounted to more than 9 million personal vehicles and 900,000 trucks according to the United States Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Trucks are the most common mode used to move imports and exports between international gateways and inland locations. This trend is expected to continue with tonnage of international trade forecast to grow at a rate of 3.4 percent per year. Global commercial truck sales are expected to increase 3.7 percent by 2020 from regions such as North America, Western and Central Europe, IEA, BRIC, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Argentina, Algeria, Thailand, Vietnam, South Africa, Turkey and Indonesia. Now more than ever, global border crossings are in need of a scanning solution that will match the growth of this industry and keep the world moving.
MMPDS for Border Crossings
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