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Thanksgiving 2022 Cargo Theft Trends
As we prepare for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, CargoNet cautions that holiday breaks create opportunities for cargo thieves to target unattended vehicles, shipments, and warehouses.
Labor Day Cargo Theft Trends and Security Tips
CargoNet examined trends from the Thursday before Labor Day to the Wednesday after Labor Day from 2017 to 2021 to help the industry mitigate theft this upcoming holiday.
2021 Supply Chain Risk Trends Analysis
CargoNet reports recording 1,285 supply chain risk events across the US and Canada, a 15 percent decrease in activity year-over-year.
Memorial Day Weekend Cargo Theft Trends and Security Tips
CargoNet expects significant threat to freight transportation this upcoming Memorial Day weekend especially with electronics shipments in California.
A Look at Evolving In-Transit Risks and Controls They Demand
As regions reopen and criminals seek to make up lost revenue, an increase in supply chain crime is likely, warn logistics analysts.
How Cargo Thieves Are Hitting Today and How to Hit Back
Cargo is still at greater risk of theft when it’s on the move than at a shipping facility, but 2020 saw a distinct shift in the risk picture.
Thanksgiving Cargo Theft Trends and Security Tips
CargoNet reviewed trucking theft data from the Tuesday prior to Thanksgiving to the Monday following Thanksgiving for 2015 to 2019.
The Impact of COVID-19 on Supply Chain Theft Activity
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.
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...