Emerging Trends in European Cargo Crime

Throughout 2020, companies strengthened their supply chains against numerous threats, including the cascading impacts of COVID-19, as well as other threats to organisational resilience and the transportation of goods.

In particular, cargo theft continued to negatively impact supply chains globally. Several trends influenced the threat of cargo theft in Europe throughout quarter 3 of 2020. This report discusses the trends analysed by BSI and NMU in Europe in Q3 and looks at how many of these trends tracked throughout the first half of the year emerge as holistic trends in the region throughout 2020.

Additionally, the report provides actionable mitigation strategies for companies looking to decrease their vulnerabilities to cargo crime in their supply chains.

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