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Four Forms of Sabotage to Watch Out for When Running a Seaport

Seaports are sensitive installations, which are susceptible to sabotage. There are some four forms of sabotage that you need to watch out for, when running such a facility.

The first form of sabotage to watch out for when running a seaport is that which leads to a situation where ships can’t dock in the port.

The second form of sabotage to watch out for when running a seaport is that which leads to a situation where the ships that manage to dock in the port can’t be offloaded in a timely manner.

The third form of sabotage to watch out for when running a seaport is that which leads to a situation where the stuff in the ships that are offloaded ends up getting stolen.

The fourth form of sabotage to watch out for when running a seaport is that which leads to a situation where the stuff in the ship is unloaded, but it can’t be moved out of the port in a timely manner, leading to congestion. These are inefficiencies that you can’t afford in the shipping industry. If a port develops a tendency where it often gets congested, then it becomes just a matter of time before customers start abandoning it.