Range Logistics Joins CargoNet to Enhance
Supply Chain Security
Range Logistics has joined CargoNet to bolster its ability to mitigate cargo
risk for their clients.
St. Louis, MO - Range Logistics has joined CargoNet to
bolster its ability to mitigate cargo risk for their clients.
prevent cargo theft and improves recovery rates through secure and controlled
information sharing among theft victims, their business partners, and law
enforcement officials. CargoNet uses a national database and information sharing
system managed by crime analysts and subject matter experts. CargoNet is a
division of Verisk Crime Analytics, a Verisk Analytics company.
The FBI estimates the annual loss in cargo theft ranges between $15-30 billion.
To help combat this growing issue, Range Logistics will leverage CargoNet's
extensive network of law enforcement agencies and shared data to further
strengthen their overall cargo security plan for each client.
"Range Logistics recognizes the importance of taking a proactive approach to the
growing issue of cargo theft, and we're excited to support their commitment to
the cause," said Anthony Canale, Vice President of Verisk Crime Analytics.
"Cargo thieves tend to be organized and don't seem to take a day off," said
Nathan Chew, President of Supply Chain Solutions at Range Logistics. He added, "It's our responsibility and commitment to our clients to have that same
approach, and be a constant advocate for the safety of their cargo. We're taking
a big step today in joining CargoNet, and excited about the added value for our
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