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PICKING UP PACE

It’s 12 months since Thorsten Neumann was tasked with leading TAPA EMEA’s seismic shift from a voluntary association to a professional organisation. So, how is he finding the challenge of being the region’s first-ever full-time President & CEO?

What was the thinking behind TAPA EMEA appointing its first-ever, full-time President & CEO?

Since TAPA was established more than 20 years ago, it always relied on voluntary support. We were extremely fortunate to gain the expertise of so many experienced and highly respected supply chain security professionals from Manufacturers and Logistics Service Providers but the reality is that they also had very busy, demanding and ever-changing day jobs which always had to be their priority. I think...

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LOCKDOWN CONTINUED TO LOWER INCIDENT RATES IN MAY BUT LOSSES STILL SURPASSED €2.3M ACROSS 17 COUNTRIES IN EMEA

Cargo thefts reported to TAPA’s Incident Information Service (IIS) in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region in May continued to...
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LOCKDOWN LIMITS CRIMINAL ACTIVITY AND SUCCESSFUL POLICE OPERATIONS INTERCEPT OVER €10 MILLION OF CARGO THEFTS IN APRIL

Incidents of cargo crime reported to TAPA’s Incident Information Service (IIS) in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region in April...
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SNAP’S GERMAN INDUSTRY SURVEY REVEALS WORKERS BELIEVE A LACK OF SECURE PARKING IS ‘MAIN REASON FOR INCREASES IN CARGO CRIME’

In 2019, Germany recorded the highest number of cargo crimes in TAPA’s Incident Information Service (IIS) database – 2,905 incidents, up...
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GLOBAL PANDEMIC FAILS TO DETER CARGO THIEVES WITH 469 LOSSES RECORDED FROM SUPPLY CHAINS IN EMEA IN FEBRUARY AND MARCH; VALUE EXCEEDS €2.9M

Cargo crimes spread across 30 countries in the Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) region in February and March, according to the latest...
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