Locking Up Warehouse & Supply Chain Security

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Up our game
MarkSindone   3/29/2019 6:29:24 AM

I agree that thieves are getting smarter as the days go by and that is a scary fact. The only way for us to safeguard our property is to increase our surveillance to at least deter them from committing the crime as a first step or prevention. Next, we need to also implement various other counter safety measures which would get them convicted to reduce the number of culprits around.

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People are so bad
DavidHamilton   3/20/2019 2:25:45 AM

Gone are the good old days when you can trust people when you lock up your shop or storage rooms at the end of the night. Or perhaps, it was always expected that there would be someone who would covet your items. It seems like we will never be able to trust people to do the right thing and just keep to themselves when there is something to gain. The temptation for people is too great it seems.

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