Border agency toiling to get cargo and passenger processing up to speed
Although ports processing passengers and cargo in Hurricane Sandy’s path were closed, or had operations severely limited as the storm charged into one of the busiest transit areas of the country, U.S. border agencies are moving to begin operations again.
“U.S. Customs and Border Protection is prepared to safely handle the impacts and consequences of this storm,” said Robert Perez, lead field coordinator Region II in a statement on Oct. 29. “We will resume normal port operations once the storm has passed and safe conditions exist,” said Perez.
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