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driver showed up three hours early. Cornell learned recently of thieves who adjusted to that defensive move by hacking into email accounts, sending messages to fleets that a load had been canceled, and then showing up in their stead. Northland helps its insured clients find the

best coverage. It discovers when a client is not fully at fault for a claim. It helps clients find stolen cargo and prevent cargo theft. And it helps law enforcement find cargo thieves, reducing the threat they pose. It’s no wonder the NTA’s Johnson considers it a good Allied member. “It is always our hope as an association that

we do our best to provide our Allied members like Northland and their distribution partners with the best possible value for their marketing dollars,” he said. “Whether it is insurance, tires, fuel or trucks, we encourage our trucking members to support the Allied members that support them. Northland Insurance’s goals of reducing the risk of accidents, preventing losses, and saving money for the trucking companies they insure ... make them a trusted company in our Allied member organization.” NT


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