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ANOTHER DRIVER LOSES HIS LIFE AS CARGO THIEVES STOP AT NOTHING TO STEAL GOODS IN TRANSIT

Intelligence reported to TAPA EMEA’s Incident Information Service (IIS) in May provides a sad reminder of the human cost of cargo crime.

On 12 May, a truck driver was killed on the N1 in De Doorns in South Africa’s Western Cape province after offenders threw a rock through his windshield, causing the vehicle to crash. Ignoring the fatally injured driver, the group of thieves then proceeded to steal the truck’s cargo of clothing and footwear products, valued at €156,791.

Fortunately, such disturbing crimes in which drivers lose their lives are still rare but TAPA’s IIS receives reports of violent and physical threats made to...

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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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TAPA’S FSR, TSR & PSR SECURITY STANDARDS ALL SEE STRONG GROWTH AS MORE COMPANIES LOOK FOR GREATER RESILIENCE

There are now more TAPA Facility Security Requirements (FSR) and Trucking Security Requirements (TSR) certifications in the Europe, Middle...
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AS CYBERCRIMES CONTINUE TO ESCALATE, IS YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN OFFERING AN EASY ‘SIDE DOOR’ FOR ATTACKERS TO EXPLOIT?

It would be incredibly naïve to think there are still business people who haven’t at least heard of the threat of cybercrime. And, arguably,...
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