The recent rough winter season – one of the coldest in the U.S. and resulting in the 10th largest snow cover in the Lower 48 states, dating to 1966, according to the Rutgers University Snow Lab – often scrambled much of the country’s freight transportation network. But such “supply chain disruptions” due to weather or other factors are also now being viewed as ripe targets of opportunity for cargo thieves. “What we’re finding is that when the supply ...

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