Tag: Scott Cornell
Food Safety Modernization Act’s requirements for perishables haulers, and unintended consequences
Carriers are responsible for being able to provide information about previous loads hauled, documentation of the vehicle's cleaning, and proper pre-cooling. Details here.
May 15, 2018
Heists involving identity theft and other types of fraud are growing part of cargo theft mix
Since the so-called “fictitious pickup” cargo theft mode drew enough attention in supply-chain-security circles to warrant specific attention, it’s only continue to grow as a share of all load thefts nationwide. Combat it with information security.
January 12, 2017
Cargo theft trends: With Scott Cornell and the Travelers Insurance sting trailer
Cornell says the fastest-growing category of “strategic cargo theft” is seeing thieves utilize sophisticated identity theft and other schemes toward posing as legitimate truckers to make off with freight. How Travelers’ sting trailer has been used to combat it.
November 1, 2016
Reporting cargo theft — balancing act in more ways than one…
Tune in Wednesday at 8 p.m. Eastern for the Truth About Trucking online radio program with host Allen Smith. My fellow Truckers News/Overdrive Senior Editor Max Kvidera and I will be guests on the subject of cargo theft, the topic of note in the latest, September edition of Truckers News, out now in digital format and […]
August 30, 2010
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