U.S. Homeland Security officials “felt it important to crank up” security measures at certain overseas airports last week— with new intense procedures, including the requirement that some passengers power on their electronic devices before boarding, in place to detect new types of bombs.
Expert Heavy Equipment (EHE) has also ramped up its security measures.
U.S.-bound passengers at some overseas airports may now have to turn on their cell phones, tablets and computers during security screenings, according Transportation Security Administration.
The agency, a unit of the Department of Homeland Security, added that powerless devices will not be permitted on board any U.S.-bound aircraft.
The latest measures are designed to help security officials detect a new generation of bombs that may have been able to evade discovery under previous security protocols.
TSA officials admitted that the U.S. still faces a considerable terrorism threat.
Like TSA realizes that there’s still a threat, here at EHE, we also realize that when it comes to buying and or selling used heavy equipment, there’s still a huge threat of people being ripped off by unknowingly purchasing stolen equipment.
EHE has made an agreement directly with law enforcement to cross reference equipment serial numbers through the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) in order to reduce the risk of purchasing stolen equipment in the future.
And when it comes to getting the best used heavy equipment that’s needed, EHE has proven to be a company empowers buyers and sellers of used heavy equipment.
With EHE on your side you’re sure to get a great deal on used heavy equipment.
EHE is the most competitive wholesaler of used heavy construction equipment, meaning we offer “true” wholesale pricing on all of our heavy equipment.
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