Vanishing Act

Whitney, Sally
December 2000
Best's Review;Dec2000, Vol. 101 Issue 8, p59
Trade Publication
Highlights the strategies implemented by insurance companies in fighting against cargo theft. Chubb's advising of client to entrust computer chip shipment to an armored-truck company rather than to a commercial freight carrier; Inamar's recommendation to clients to use trucking companies that require background checks for their drivers; Insurers' interest in legislation addressing cargo theft.


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