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[–] slickleg64 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

That info is kept confidential to prevent planned thefts. It would take someone in customs to be able to access that.

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[–] EndThePizza [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Makes sense. Kinda figured it would be private, but also figured it'd be worth checking. Thanks

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[–] Pixel_loves_Polygon 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I worked for a customs broker and I'll tell you what I know. We would get notice from a customer that such and such was coming into port. We get a hold of customs papers that have container numbers on them. Paperwork needs to be submitted by us detailing contents, providing additional paperwork (if needed) depending on the type of contents, information about the contents, importer/exporter etc. Then we wait for customs clearance, sometimes it's instant (electronically). Shipment is then arranged. Not everything that comes in on a container ships over land in the container, but if it does a truck is dispatched to pick up the entire thing and haul it wherever. So, the trucking company handling deliveries to the place of business would know the destination of each container and it's identification number. After that I'm not terribly sure. I would assume the container needs to be returned at some point or purchased outright.

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[–] tjarco 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Good lead/question. It's pretty weird that you rarely hear of human trafficking busts but do about drugs/contraband which seems less bulky to ship. Does customs use dogs to sniff out for people?

Just like with drugs there are elaborate tricks to swap paper trails, but there must be patterns

there also must be someone on the v/pizzagate that knows more about this. Or try reaching out to some harbor associations with PG material to see if someone symphasizes with your effort.

Good question, needs more answers!