CargoNet’s data consists of information on stolen commodity type, theft incident location and date, cargo origin/destination and loss value, as well as additional analysis generated from 144 specific data fields. The information can be used to:
The data assists transportation professionals in mitigating risk by pinpointing areas of vulnerability surrounding the movement of goods, mapping patterns of theft against the flow of goods, and forecasting future cargo theft challenges.
CargoNet recorded 1,778 supply chain risk events across the United States and Canada in 2022, an increase of 15% from 2021.
CargoNet® reports recording 1,285 supply chain risk events across the United States and Canada, a 15 percent decrease in activity year-over-year.
CargoNet® reports a total of 359 supply chain theft and fraud incidents across the United States and Canada in the third quarter of 2021.
In the second-quarter of 2021, CargoNet ® recorded 341 supply chain risk events in the United States and Canada.
CargoNet® reports similar levels of supply chain crime activity as first-quarter 2020, despite changes to targeted commodities and tactics used by cargo thieves.
In this analysis, there were 176 incidents reported to CargoNet and the average cargo theft was valued at $116,030.
There were 118 theft records recorded in the analysis period with an average of 24 per year.
In total, CargoNet recorded 127 events involving cargo theft or theft of a trucking vehicle in the analysis period.
CargoNet is tracking an increase in incident reports throughout the country. Incident reports were up 6% from the previous month in May 2022 and 25% year-over-year.
There were 144 events reported with an average of 29 events per year. The stolen cargo in each event was worth an average of $298,328.