Brentwood, Tenn. (June 30, 2010) — Global supply chain management company OHL announces its membership in the CargoNet program (  Launched in January 2010, CargoNet is a national information-sharing system to prevent cargo theft and help law enforcement recover stolen cargo.

“Cargo theft is a multi-billion dollar a year problem for the logistics industry, and OHL and CargoNet are going to do whatever we can to stop it,” commented John McNamee, director of risk management for OHL. “OHL is involved in and supports cargo theft councils throughout the U.S. The use of CargoNet’s services is a logical step to provide enhanced security for our customers. The team at CargoNet understands the inherent risks in freight management and has a program in place to help OHL and other industry leaders keep our customers’ products out of the hands of thieves.” McNamee participates in many industry and security associations and is an officer and board member of the Mid-South Cargo Security Council.

“Supply chain security is an area of risk that requires a collaborative and multi-layered approach,” added Maurizio Scrofani, CargoNet’s managing director. “We are greatly encouraged by the involvement of an organization like OHL that has such a strong focus on risk management and client service.”

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About CargoNet
CargoNet helps prevent cargo theft and increases recovery rates through secure and controlled information sharing between theft victims, their business partners, and law enforcement. The solution is centered on a national database and information sharing system managed by crime analysts and subject-matter experts. CargoNet exploits the weakness of cargo thieves at multiple points in the supply chain by leveraging integrated databases and a layered system of anti-theft systems, including a theft alert system; task force and investigations support; a tractor/trailer theft deterrence program; the TruckStopWatch program; driver education and incentives; secondary-market monitoring and interdictions; crime trend analysis and loss control services; and training and education. 

About ISO 
Since 1971, ISO has been a leading source of information about property/casualty insurance risk. For a broad spectrum of commercial and personal lines of insurance, the company provides statistical, actuarial, underwriting, and claims information; policy language; information about specific locations; fraud-identification tools; and technical services. ISO serves insurers, reinsurers, agents and brokers, insurance regulators, risk managers, and other participants in the property/casualty insurance marketplace. ISO is a subsidiary of Verisk Analytics. For more information, visit and  

About OHL
Based in Tennessee, OHL is one of the largest 3PLs in the world, providing integrated global supply chain management solutions including transportation, warehousing, customs brokerage, freight forwarding, and import and export consulting services. With three business units — Global Freight Management and Logistics, Contract Logistics, and North America Transportation — OHL operates more than 130 value-added distribution centers, offers comprehensive transportation management services, employs nearly 6,000, and has offices worldwide. OHL has expertise in direct to consumer fulfillment, serves a wide range of business sectors from specialty retail to manufacturing, and specializes in the apparel, electronics, printing, food and beverage, and consumer packaged goods industries.