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Moving Targets: With the Supply Chain in Focus, Can Preventing Cargo Theft Gain Traction?

It started with the pandemic and has grown since—the supply chain has become the industry’s focus and part of the national conversation.

Building on What We Do Best

Looking back on the past 24 months, we have faced a perfect storm of events that have largely redefined our communities, the business of retail, and the face of loss prevention.

Modern-Day Pirates Pillage Different Seas: The Endless Battle for Cargo Security

Risk is a cargo shipment's constant companion, whether it's sailing on seas, flying in the sky, or traversing the roads and rails. Here, we undertake a look-see into one extremely small segment of supply-chain risk: cargo crimes against domestic ground shipments while in transit.
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11 Common Ways Cargo Theft Occurs

Organized cargo theft incidents can occur at any point along the supply chain, whether at the point of manufacture, on loading docks, rail stations,...

Into the Rabbit Hole of Supply Chain Risk

The supply-chain web is spun so intricately that it's impossible to know it, truly. Perhaps the most we can aim for is to gain...

July 4th Holiday Cargo Theft Trends and Security Tips

As most Americans enjoy grilling with family and an extra day off this July 4th holiday, cargo thieves will be seeking to get rich...

Top Global Supply Chain Themes for 2019

Five major themes that are most likely to impact the supply chain in 2019 are delineated in a new report from BSI in the...

Exactly What Is a Shoplifter and How Much Do You Know?

The crime of shoplifting is as old as shopping itself. The first documented cases of shoplifting took place in 16th-century London and involved groups of men called “lifters” (early organized retail crime?).
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You Can’t Make This Stuff Up – March 2018

The notorious Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was convicted on ten separate federal counts, including narcotics trafficking.
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More Fragmented Transportation Networks May Mean Less Secure Cargo

Theft isn't the only source of loss in the supply chain, and the e-commerce environment's increasingly splintered transportation network is causing issues with more far-reaching consequences than revenue loss.
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