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A 2012 3Q report on the level of cargo crime on US highways, from the Supply Chain Information Sharing and Analysis Centre, shows that the Golden state continued to see the highest amount of freight theft, followed by Florida, Texas, New Jersey and Georgia – all home to major import hubs. Estimated total losses for the quarter amounted to more than $43 million – an interesting piece to anyone shipping into the US, as well as those preoccupied with the changing nature of cargo crime.
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