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WARNING SYSTEM LEADS TO A REDUCTION IN CARGO LOSSES INVOLVING FAKE CARRIERS IN BELGIUM, BUT BUYERS OF TRANSPORT SERVICES ARE ADVISED TO STAY VIGILANT

A new report based on statistical data compiled by international loss adjustors, B.V.B.A. Wim Dekeyser, provides a revealing insight into cargo crime in Belgium and a welcome trend showing a reduction in incidents involving fake carriers.

The report shares intelligence gained from some 100 crimes with direct losses of €20,000 or more in 2017 although, overall, Wim Dekeyser deals with between 300-350 freight theft incidents a year impacting Belgian carriers, both in Belgium and other countries. Although the total number of incidents remained on a par with 2016, the number of cases involving goods going missing after being tendered on freight exchange sites indicates that companies are starting to pay much greater attention to who...

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CARGO CRIME IN THE EMEA REGION FALLS FOR THE FIFTH CONSECUTIVE MONTH BUT LOSSES WITH A VALUE STILL RISE TO MORE THAN €8.9 MILLION

Recorded cargo thefts in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region fell for the fifth consecutive month in May 2018, according to...
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EYE-ON-TECH LOOKS AT SOME OF THE LATEST NEWS STORIES IN THE WORLD OF SUPPLY CHAIN SECURITY TECHNOLOGY

TAPA EMEA’s ‘Eye-on-Tech’ looks at some of the latest news stories from the world of supply chain security technology.
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POOR GOVERNMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT RESOURCES, CARGO CRIME, POLITICAL INSTABILITY AND CORRUPTION THREATEN WORLDWIDE BUSINESS OPERATIONS

TAPA EMEA member BSI Supply Chain Services and Solutions shares its latest Global Insight into Cargo Disruption Trends
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