A Review of Cargo Crime in 2021

In 2021, the evolving supply chain landscape, characterised by a pandemic, an opening up of the economy and shifting cargo crime forced companies to solidify their ability to adapt to new challenges.

As goods travel through global trade hubs, they are susceptible to a variety of cargo crime risks, including theft, insider participation, fictitious pickups, pilferage, and counterfeiting, to name a few. As global trade rebounds, yet another layer of risk is added for companies transporting goods at present and in the future.

In this report from BSI and NMU, you will find:

  • A review of cargo theft threats in 2021
  • A comparison of trends against 2020 and potential future threats
  • Mitigation techniques for organisations to implement

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Access the full report here.

Cargo Crime Review 2021

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