Completion of the 1st RAM VeriSpreader

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

NSL Engineering Pte. Ltd., a spreader bar manufacturers, and VeriTainer Corporation, a crane mounted maritime security solutions, are on schedule to complete manufacturing of the first RAM VeriSpreader by Q2 2009.

"The development of the RAM VeriSpreader addresses NSL Engineering's significant global customer base that requires a security scanning and compliance solution for their transshipped cargo and global supply chain networks." said John Alioto, CEO of VeriTainer.

Through this collaboration, NSL Engineering will manufacture VeriSpreaders which will include VeriTainer's proprietary shock absorption system and will run on VeriTainer Minds, VeriTainer's exclusive software suite featuring the Minds isotope identification software algorithm. Over time, NSL Engineering and VeriTainer will also embed the SVCI (synchronous vibrational cargo imaging) technology developed by Erudite Systems which allows for non-ionizing Non-Intrusive Imaging (NII) of cargo containers to determine the presence of shielding of nuclear and radiological material.

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