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Brazil Cargo Theft Report 2023

Learn about Brazil’s cargo theft trends from 2023 and what they mean for your shipments today. 

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In 2023, Brazil experienced 17,108 cargo theft events, representing an increase of 4.8% from the same period in 2022. The Southeast region maintained its status as the primary target for criminal activity at 76%, with São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro alone accounting for 70% of thefts.   

Cargo crime in Brazil is expected to increase by 1.1% in 2024, ending the year with 17,298 cargo thefts. For this reason, shippers must take note of new and emerging criminal trends in order to stay prepared. Our Brazil Annual Report 2023 helps shippers do just that by providing important stats and overviews regarding Brazil’s high theft locations, riskiest times of day, and more.  

We hope our cargo theft report helps you better understand current theft patterns in Brazil, what these patterns mean for the months ahead, and how your company can improve security via visibility and risk monitoring solutions. 

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Missed our Brazil Cargo Theft 2022 Report? Read it here!

Overhaul’s 2022 report analyzes Brazil's 2022 cargo theft trends in order to better understand which locations, times of day, and days of the week posed the greatest threat to cargo. We also conducted an in-depth analysis of thefts in the Southeast region and stopped unit theft. Read our report to gain a better understanding of 2022 cargo theft trends in Brazil, how these trends are influencing 2023, and what you can do to keep your shipments safe.

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Learn more about risk in our Q3-2023 Brazil Cargo Theft Report.

Yearly cargo theft trends are important to understand, but so are quarterly events. In our Q3-2023 report, we focus on thefts in São Paulo, crimes involving Electronics products, and more. Our qualitative and quantitative analyses also show what to expect in 2024, and we provide recommendations for staying safe.

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