US trucking industry on the verge of freight-tech revolution
For those of us outside, the size of North America’s haulage sector never ceases to ...
Cargo thieves are getting better. Fewer incidents, higher values. FreightWatch recently released its latest report on US cargo crime, which revealed that the average value of thefts rose 36% to $233,000 – although this is less than half the value of thefts in 2010. The vast majority were non-violent attacks on unattended trucks – and although so far unsuccessful, thieves are starting to use jamming technology to prevent tracking.
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