Think back to those times when either you or yours received troubling, life-altering news.
Perhaps you were at the bank being told you did not qualify for a small-business loan on account of your credit history or, conversely, on the way to the grocers when you received a phone call alerting you to the passing of a loved one.
Nine times out of 10, though, most bad news is delivered in GP offices the world over after you or a close friend receive an unexpected, though not entirely incurable, prognosis. That said, doctors and care teams are quick to begin prescribing medications in line with protocols meant to save one’s life and which patients are wont to take immediately.
Criminal organizations recruit company employees to gain data, cargo information, delivery routes, insurance company says.
A report on global cargo theft released Monday finds that the commodity most commonly stolen is food and beverage, and says the greatest threat comes from criminal organizations that recruit companies’ own employees to share data on shipments and routes.
CAL Cargo Airlines has today given certification for the use of ParceLive trackers aboard its fleet. With almost four decades of experience, they offer the best possible solution to customers with non-standard cargo needs.
With a combination of expertise, proprietary vertical market products, dedicated human resources and retention of a unique infrastructure, CAL Cargo specialize in the service of challenging/complex cargo needs and environments.
Since the dawn of air travel there have been both rapid advancements in technology and its use in shuttling people and their parcels further, faster, and safer than was once thought humanly possible. There is also a seemingly ironic avoidance of using the same such technology toward assuring such precious cargo reaches its final destination on time and in one piece.
That said, and in the age of fold’em or hold’em (or, alternatively, merge’em), airlines and airports are facing increasing scrutiny from regulators as well as fliers when it comes to ensuring that air travel remains affordable and as minimally monopolistic as possible.
It would be a great opening scene for the latest summer blockbuster, if, of course, it were not playing out every day on the highways and byways of Europe, the Middle East, and Asia (EMEA).
Imagine: your driver dispatch call-center operator receives a call late Friday afternoon from your transport planner who has a little-known health and beauty supplier in need of a last-minute, rush-job delivery.