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Mexico Fall 2023 Cargo Theft Report
Learn about Mexico’s cargo theft trends from Q3-2023 and what they mean for your shipments today.
In Q3-2023, Mexico experienced 5,239 cargo theft events, representing an increase of 1.2% compared to Q2-2023. Most of these events were concentrated in the Central region, with 90% occurring in just ten states, including Guanajuato, Jalisco, and Michoacán.
As 2023 comes to a close, it’s important that shippers understand new and emerging theft patterns in order to identify and prepare against risks. Our latest Mexico Q3-2023 report aims to help shippers do just that by highlighting cargo theft trends regarding high theft locations, commonly targeted product types, and more.
We hope our report helps you gain a better understanding of current theft patterns in Mexico, what these patterns mean for the months ahead, and how visibility and risk monitoring solutions can better protect your cargo.
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In 2022, cargo theft in Mexico surged, nearly reaching pre-pandemic numbers. Central Mexico was especially impacted, as were several specific product types, including Food & Beverage and Auto Parts. Overhaul’s 2022 annual report analyzed Mexico’s 2022 cargo theft trends in order to help shippers 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 state of Puebla and thefts involving Auto Parts, both of which experienced substantial increases.