NEW YORK — While the vast majority of apparel imported into the U.S. from Asia comes by boat, retailers who want to chase fashion trends more closely rely on air freight, which can cut several weeks off the delivery time.

But those who work the razor edge of just-in-time ordering may need to steel themselves for delays, as the government begins to turn more attention to the security of air cargo.

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