Monday, January 30, 2023

AMESIS 2022 closes with 98% recovery of stolen units

The Mexican Association of Private Security Companies and Satellite Industry (AMESIS) recovered 98% of the total number of vehicles with theft reports in different cities and highways of our country in 2022, of which 98% were cargo transport and 2% were private vehicles are related. vehicles, after implementation of various platforms of all affiliated companies and linked through a single point of contact (PUC). Unit recovery is achieved in less than 35 minutes (average time) after receiving the alert.

With regard to the focus on theft incidents, AMESIS achieved 98% recovery of private vehicles and goods since the first half of 2022, compared to 92% in the same period last year. Thefts of trucks in transit registered a 53% increase. Another mode that is reported on the rise is cars wrecked or stuck in drug roadblocks (recent examples are Sinaloa and Ciudad Juárez).

AMESIS President, Ricardo Bustamante Medina, comments that current GPS devices make it possible to locate vehicles, assets, personal computers, tablets, cell phones and people with a high degree of accuracy. On the other hand, they store information over a long period of time, making it possible to reconstruct the behavior of the asset located.

It is important to mention that AMESIS shows the capability, certainty and reliability of GPS equipment to the end users which are its associate markets, based on the fact that many people outside the security, transportation, logistics and insurance sectors have influenced public opinion. Told wrong. Information that leaves a wrong message about this efficient technology, which demonstrates its strength as it is also the most requested by officials at three levels of government, by specifying high-risk areas for drivers of trucks Prevents crime, buses and private vehicles.

According to AMESIS information collected by the PUC, the states with the highest incidence of truck theft are: State of Mexico, Puebla, Guanajuato and Jalisco.

On the other hand, the municipalities of the State of Mexico with the highest incidence are: Ecatepec, Cuautitlan Izcalli and Tultitlan, the municipalities with the highest incidence in Puebla are: San Martín Texmelucan, Puebla and Coronango, as well as those of Guanajuato. : Celaya, Apaseo el Grande and San José Iturbide, the most commonly stolen items included groceries, steel, electronics, clothing and shoes.

The head of AMESIS resumes that the Mexican Association of Insurance Institutions (AMIS) reports that during 2022 the theft of cargo vehicles with stolen insurance policies amounted to 60,773,000 units with an average recovery of 43.55%. 80% of total thefts are mainly concentrated in 10 of the 32 entities:

State of Mexico, % theft % recovery 28.4% – 16.0%, Jalisco 16.1% – 13.1%, CDMX 8.0% – 6.4%, Puebla 5.0% – 6.9%, Guanajuato 4.6% – 7.5%, Veracruz 3.6% – 4.7%, Michoacan 3.3 % – 4.2%, Nuevo León 2.9% – 3.6%, Sinaloa 2.8% – .9% and Querétaro 2.7% – 4.6%
Source: AMIS

“Recovery of units in real time reinforces AMESIS’s position as the most relevant, safe and reliable organization in satellite tracking and localization activity for the automotive sector, as evidenced by the more than 250 thousand motor and towing units operating throughout the The national sector is supported by our various cooperation agreements with other organizations in the security industry, through our 29 affiliated companies, where end users use our technical equipment”, confirms the manager.

Ricardo Bustamante Medina, head of AMESIS, recommends that the use of technology by itself reduces crime, but that the results will be better if this tool is strengthened with an insurance policy. While choosing an insurance, various factors like price, service, support from the insurance company, coverage and included assistance should be considered.

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