Here is the rules on the raw data the services buy:
And you can read ...
that (e) Availability of manifest data on CDROMS—(1) Availability. Manifest data acquired from the Automated Manifest System (AMS) is available to interested members of the public on CDROMS.
Requestsfor CD-ROMS must be in writingand submitted to:
U.S. Customs and Border Protection,
National Finance Center, Collections Section,
P.O. Box 68907, Indianapolis, Indiana 46268,
or 6026 Lakeside Blvd., Indianapolis,
Requests must include acheck to cover the cost of the
CDROMS requested. Actual costs and other specific information should
be ascertained by contacting the Collections Section at (317) 614–4514.
Some questions I had that were answered:
A. The AMS data is only ocean going vessels.
A. In regards to importing radiology reviews, that might be something a data mining company can do. The data that is provided is just raw data without analysis. This is done by the trade journals or data mining companies that purchase the data.
Feel free to forward this by email to three of your friends.The AMS data reports are ran daily, except on Sundays. The cost for data is $100/day. You can either purchase a single days’ worth of data or purchase a subscription. Either way the price is the same ($100/day). Historical data is available too in most cases, depending on the dates.