Cargo theft alertness encouraged for July 4th holiday

Kilcarr, Sean
June 2015
Fleet Owner Exclusive Insight;6/29/2015, p1
The article focuses on the risk for cargo theft for motor carriers, logistics providers, and shippers on July 4, 2015 holiday in the U.S. It mentions that organized theft rings understand holiday weekends cause shipments to be unattended for some period of time and thus move to take advantage of that situation.


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