"While most executives understand the importance of protecting their businesses, they don't always know the most effective ways to do so."
Fair Lawn, New Jersey (PRWEB) March 10, 2016
Companies in the logistics and transportation industry have been victimized by employee theft as well as professional crime rings that hijack trucks and break into distribution centers. Losses exceed well over $20 billion each year and tend to escalate during a recessionary economy.
“While most executives understand the importance of protecting their businesses, they don’t always know the most effective ways to do so,” explains Barry Brandman. “I’ll be discussing tried and proven solutions that have been very successful for other companies in this industry. As an organization that has been investigating business crime for over 40 years, we have an in-depth understanding of the devious methods being used to commit these crimes.”
ABOUT BARRY BRANDMAN:
Barry Brandman, CEO of Danbee Investigations, is credited with developing innovative solutions that have literally saved companies millions of dollars by eliminating loss and reducing risk to security threats. He is the author of The Executive’s Guide to Business Security, has appeared on network television and has been interviewed by national publications such as USA Today, Forbes and The Journal of Commerce. He has also been a consultant for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
ABOUT DANBEE INVESTIGATIONS:
Danbee Investigations, headquartered in Fair Lawn, NJ, (http://www.danbeeinvestigations.com) is one of the most respected names in corporate security, providing investigative and consulting services, including undercover operations, vulnerability assessments, C-TPAT certification services, an employee Hotline program, security auditing and training. Their clients include Fortune 100 corporations as well as privately held companies and law firms domestically and internationally.
ABOUT THE NORTH CAROLINA LEAGUE OF TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS
The North Carolina League of Transportation and Logistics is an effective vehicle to organize shippers and receivers of freight in order to: network, take common action, stimulate public interest and promote the well-being of the transportation infrastructure. The League promotes close relationships with providers of transportation services, cooperates with government entities on matters of mutual interest, lobbies its positions when appropriate and promotes transportation education.