Over the years many organizations have lost a lot of resources and even made huge losses as a result of inventory shrinkage. They have tried to solve this by implementing security measures to safe guard their inventory mainly in warehouses and especially cargo in transit. Security measures have been put in place to avoid theft by external outsiders commonly known as theft and high way robbers who invade cargo while it is been transported. However these measures have proved not adequate enough due to the new challenges posed by pilferage and weak inventory security control procures and records. This book attempts to solve this problems by proposing a model that can be used to effectively control loss of cargo either internally, externally or as caused by weak inventory security procedures. The model can be used by both private as well as public sector industry players who are directly or indirectly involved in inventory management. Fundamentally, organizations at both ends of the financial spectrum can equally employ the model to effectively reduce loss of cargo. Small and medium micro enterprises (SME'S) in Kenya as well as in any other developing country in the world can benefit.