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Criminals Eye Stalled Supply Chains for Weak Links

September-2020-Cover.jpgOctober 2020 | COVER STORY

Global lockdowns forced supply chains to hit the brakes. Cargo thieves hit the gas.

After the COVID-19 pandemic struck, shipping and supply chains ground to a halt, and so did cargo theft and supply chain crime rates in the wake of national lockdown measures and stay-at-home orders. As countries lifted restrictions, however, industry experts warned that supply chain theft would soon return with a vengeance.

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