Warning issued as freight crime rockets in Chile

Cargo being transported from the port by road

Source: TT Club

TT Club reports dramatic year-on-year increases in freight crime in Chile with incidents of theft estimated at 27% up on pre-pandemic levels.

In an introduction to the risk landscape, the report notes that pandemic-induced measures such as quarantine, restrictions in movements, curfews and had the effect of reducing the incidence of cargo theft for much of 2020 and 2021.

But in 2022, with such limitations lifted, levels of crime sprung back with vengeance.

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