Bullseye Adjusting & Associates LLC

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 Land Line Magazine

Shippers and freight haulers, beware. For the second straight year, Mexico is among the world’s most at-risk countries for cargo theft, according to a new report from FreightWatch International. FreightWatch, which specializes in tracking supply chain information and cargo thefts around the globe, published a report Wednesday, Feb. 19, on the security risk for both over-the-road and rail freight in Mexico. According to the report, Mexico joined Brazil and South Africa as the only three non-warring countries to earn a “Severe” risk rating — the company’s highest risk designation.

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