Nash, Sally
January 2004
Motor Transport;1/15/2004, p12
Trade Publication
Discusses freight-related crime in Great Britain. Speculation on the connivance of truck drivers with criminals; Importance of proper checking of background and records of drivers; Hotspots for freight-related crime in the country; Suggestions on how can trucking companies deal with this problem. INSETS: Exel fights against crime;Hays tries a little hacking of its own.


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