The COVID-19 pandemic presented a set of events that the global supply chain had not experienced since the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Air cargo industry group The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is urging governments to begin planning now with industry stakeholders to create supply chains...
The International Supply Chain Protection Organization (ISCPO) is happy to announce the appointment of Rhett Asher to President/Chairman of the Board. Rhett Asher is...
Extended business closures during the Fourth of July holiday historically create an advantageous operating environment for cargo thieves.
The focus on the resilience of global supply chains in a post-pandemic world will lead to wider adoption of standards that secure the movements of goods.
Package theft is impacting 18 percent of Americans and creating havoc for retailers, consumers, delivery companies, and police.
The study identified vulnerabilities across the supply chain and need for investment in flexibility, visibility, and automation to improve resilience.
During this global health crisis, cargo theft criminals see this as an opportunity to take advantage of the fact that securing cargo may not be a priority.
Over the past 5 years there has been a rise in cargo theft incidents reported during the Memorial Day holiday weekend. The pandemic creates new challenges.
COVID-19 has forced businesses around the world to adapt and in many cases to transform from their typical business model to now relying heavily...