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Lifting LaTour Part 3: Warehouse Theft & Risk Assessment

In Part I of this series, we talked with former Georgia Bureau of Investigation Agent and Cargo Net VP of Operations Keith Lewis about security product choices for warehouse security, and in Part II, we discussed employee and visitor screening and staging access. We’ve utilized the $2.3M warehouse theft from Berry Bros. & Rudd as an example of how even a seemingly well-protected warehouse can become a victim of a major theft.

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Topics: warehouse theft, Lifting LaTour Series

Law Enforcement Discusses $2.3M Champagne Warehouse Theft

Posted by Michael Dorrington — VP of Sales and Marketing on 11/10/15 1:16 PM

Part I: Mission Impossible

Last spring in the UK, a group of thieves boosted $2.3 million worth of the finest champagne in the world from the warehouse of Berry Bros. & Rudd, the wine merchants that supply the Royal Family. The audacious raid didn’t lack for style: the thieves paused to drink bottles of Moet & Chandon and Chateau LaTour before vacating the premises.

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Topics: Cargo Theft, Lifting LaTour Series, Industry News

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