Theft operations have become more complex in recent years. In the past, thieves usually identified areas where freight trains either stop or slow down to jump on, pop open doors or trailers, and throw products off. In the last few months, however, Mexico has seen an increasing number of choreographed train robberies that often start with robbers damaging tracks or holding up trains with rocks.Read more
The nationwide coal shortage in India due to supply and demand-side inventory mismanagement since September 2017 has started to impact industrial manufacturing throughout the country. What started as a prioritization issue of expending domestic and Indonesian-imported supply by Coal India has now ballooned into an industry-wide shortage that threatens to impact key sectors.Read more
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