It’s Thursday — the worst day of the week for cargo theft. Tomorrow isn’t looking good either. Some days are worse than others, but cargo theft remains a major problem, disrupting the supply chain and damaging brand reputation for businesses across the U.S. We recently exposed the worst cities for crime. In honor of Labor Day weekend, we’re breaking out the goods on the worst time for crime.
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.