top of page
Warehouse Security.jpeg



Your Preferred Security Service


Warehouses, distribution centers, and storage units are the soft targets for burglars, thieves, and vandals due to their high value. Both professional and amateur thieves always seek opportunities to sneak into the warehouse properties. With the continual traffic coming and going along with the movement and storage of high-value goods, visibility and a strong security presence are key to protecting your profits.

at Check-point a postman give back visit



Truck drivers and other types of delivery service drivers can pose a warehouse security risk. When weak or complacent security processes are in place, drivers are often allowed to wander freely by the trailers being loaded or unloaded and can use this opportunity to negatively impact your profits.


There are occasions when corrupt warehouse employees work in collaboration with dishonest and evil truck drivers and goods operators to steal from a company. This is a harmful and dangerous collusion that can affect a company’s profitability, growth, and future prosperity. The warehouse employees usually have the full knowledge about the goods in and out of a warehouse facility and the corrupt employees can place stolen goods in outgoing shipments. Furthermore, they modify the paperwork to cover up their misdeeds and the truck driver has the opportunity and means to remove the stolen merchandise from the warehouse. Nexus between corrupt warehouse employees and truck drivers is a big headache for some industries costing millions of dollars. 

Studies have shown that four key elements are essential for reducing supply chain risk.

  1. Visibility: having the ability to monitor supply-chain events and patterns as they happen, allowing companies to proactively and preemptively address problems.

  2. Flexibility: being able to adapt to problems quickly, without significantly increasing operational cost, and to make rapid adjustments that limit the impact of loss and operational disruptions.

  3. Collaboration: having a trust-based relationship which allows the solution provider to work closely with supply-chain partners to identify risks or disruptions to your business.

  4. Control: having policies, monitoring capabilities and control mechanisms in place that help ensure that procedures and processes are consistently followed.

Warehouse Security Guard.png

Top 10 U.S. Counties for Cargo Theft Incidents- Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and Riverside make the list!

Due to the layout of distribution centers, the high amount of traffic both inside and out, and the constant flow of people, merchandise and machinery, it is vital for the facilities management to choose the right security solution provider to mitigate loss, risk and potential Brand damage.

SecurSolution Inc. understands that providing the best security solution for a distribution center environment requires a solution specific to the company’s unique facility. Our team of C-TPAT trained supply chain security specialist will come in and do an assessment of your facility at no charge.

$600,000-Worth of Wine Stolen in Two-Day Warehouse Heist

Our complimentary Warehouse Security Review includes an assessment of:

  • access points & control

  • employee, visitor and delivery traffic

  • perimeter security & controls

  • CCTV coverage

  • interior and exterior storage

  • delivery ingress/egress and processing procedures

  • trailer chalking for safety

  • trailer seal verification and documentation

  • dock set up and security procedures

  • employee awareness

bottom of page