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Cargo theft continues to cause considerable losses across supply chains. In past July 4th weekends, over $2,795,000 in cargo was stolen from major ports in the state of Florida alone.

Holidays see a rise in cargo theft across major ports in states like California, Florida, and Texas; and with 4th of July fast approaching, we become painfully wary of the threat of stolen cargo. 

For this reason, CargoNet, a cargo theft prevention and recovery network, created this infographic exposing the vast amount of cargo lost annually during 4th of July festivities, to remind the public to implement extra measures to secure your cargo this holiday weekend. 

 

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