LoJack® SCI InTransit™ provides a covert tracking and monitoring solution that actually
recovers stolen cargo. It also provides intangible benefits, including helping law
enforcement fight the problem of cargo theft—which aids police in combating organized
crime rings and getting wanted criminals off the streets. But most important, LoJack
SCI InTransit helps protect both the supply chain and a company's bottom line.
Following are some examples of LoJack SCI InTransit in action.
A theft-in-progress alert was received when a shipment deviated from its designated
route. Local law enforcement, state police and a multistate task force were immediately
deployed. The well-coordinated surveillance effort resulted in warrants for two
$835,000 load recovered
$1.25 million worth of other stolen merchandise found
Federal law enforcement resolved a case involving an Ecuadorian gang suspected of
stealing over 30 trailer loads of cargo over a six-month period. Using LoJack SCI
InTransit's Web-mapping technology, a "virtual perimeter and route fence" were created
with real-time tracking alerts.
$1.2 million of cargo recovered
One subject turned informant led to recovery of additional stolen merchandise and
A California task force tracked and located a stolen trailer load of electronics using
two chase cars. The suspects deployed their own counter surveillance through 60 miles
of heavy traffic and construction zones. Law enforcement was able to maintain
real-time, online "stand back" visibility of the stolen trailer and cargo.
Full load of electronics recovered
$1.4 million worth of other stolen merchandise found
Four armed men wearing ski masks robbed a load of cigarettes at a trucking facility in
Waxahachie, Texas. Two men held up the guards while the other two hot-wired a
tractor-trailer and disabled its GPS. The monitoring center was able to track the
vehicle using the LoJack SCI InTransit tracking device in the cargo.
Full load valued at $1 million recovered within one hour of robbery
A well-known cosmetics company's 19-pallet shipment was stolen en route from Chicago to
Miami. Within 24 hours of being notified of the theft, LoJack SCI monitoring
specialists provided the location of the cargo to law enforcement. The load was found
within 30 feet of where the tracking device indicated it would be.