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TAPA EMEA WILL INCREASE ITS FOCUS ON SOUTH AFRICA TO MAKE JOINING THE ASSOCIATION COMPELLING, PRESIDENT PROMISES

TAPA EMEA’s President & CEO, Thorsten Neumann, made front-page news as he called on Manufacturers and Logistics Service Providers in South Africa to get more engaged with the Association if they are serious about protecting their supply chains, employees and business reputations.

Talking to the leading industry publication, Freight & Trading Weekly (FTW) he said: “South Africa is one of the cargo crime hotspots of the world at the moment, yet we only have eight members (here).”

TAPA will be working hard to now get more of the 100 or so companies that attended July’s TAPA regional conference in South Africa to join the Association to benefit from its security Standards and incident intelligence – and to contribute further to TAPA’s understanding of the risks they are...

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2019 IS ALREADY ANOTHER RECORD-BREAKING YEAR FOR CARGO CRIMES IN THE EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA REGION

You only have to look at the trends in recorded cargo crime over the last five years to see the growing level of threats to supply chains in...
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LOSSES FROM SUPPLY CHAINS EXCEED €2.8M IN 30 DAYS AS TAPA RECORDS CARGO THEFTS IN 11 COUNTRIES ACROSS THE EMEA REGION

With cargo losses in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region being added to TAPA’s Incident Information Service (IIS) database...
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MORE SECURE PARKING PLACES AT MORE SITES IN MORE COUNTRIES … THAT’S THE GOAL OF THE LATEST MEMBER OF TAPA EMEA’S PSR TEAM

With TAPA EMEA’s new Parking Security Requirements (PSR) rapidly gaining in momentum across the region, the Association welcomes Leonie...
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TAPA EMEA APPOINTS THORSTEN NEUMANN AS PRESIDENT & CEO TO ACCELERATE ITS ROLE AS THE WORLD’S LEADING END-TO-END SUPPLY CHAIN RESILIENCE ASSOCIATION

TAPA EMEA has appointed Thorsten Neumann as its first-ever full-time President & CEO with a remit to grow its reputation as the world’s...
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