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STANDARD-BEARER

When TAPA seeks a glowing example of a global logistics provider that has completely embraced the value of its Security Standards, it need look no further than DHL Express.

It embarked on its TAPA Facility Security Requirements (FSR) certification programme over 17 years ago, with its Penang Gateway in Malaysia becoming the first certified facility in 2001, followed in quick succession by more sites in Asia Pacific, including Taipei and Shanghai. This month, the company’s Birmingham Service Centre in the UK became the 300th DHL Express location to be awarded TAPA FSR certification. It joins DHL Express’s global network of TAPA FSR accredited facilities, which now...

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EYE-ON-TECH LOOKS AT SOME OF THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY NEWS IN THE WORLD OF SUPPLY CHAIN SECURITY…

TAPA EMEA’s ‘Eye-on-Tech’ looks at some of the latest news stories from the world of supply chain security technology.
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THE HIGH LEVEL OF CARGO THEFTS AT UK MOTORWAY SERVICE AREAS IN JUNE CONTRIBUTES TO 60.9% MONTH-ON-MONTH INCREASE IN INCIDENTS AND LOSSES OF MORE THAN €7.8 MILLION IN JUST 30 DAYS

Cargo crimes reported to TAPA’s Incident Information Service (IIS) in EMEA in June rose sharply, up 60.9% month-on-month and 9.5% higher...
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WARNING SYSTEM LEADS TO A REDUCTION IN CARGO LOSSES INVOLVING FAKE CARRIERS IN BELGIUM, BUT BUYERS OF TRANSPORT SERVICES ARE ADVISED TO STAY VIGILANT

A new report based on statistical data compiled by international loss adjustors, B.V.B.A. Wim Dekeyser, provides a revealing insight into...
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CARGO CRIME IN THE EMEA REGION FALLS FOR THE FIFTH CONSECUTIVE MONTH BUT LOSSES WITH A VALUE STILL RISE TO MORE THAN €8.9 MILLION

Recorded cargo thefts in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region fell for the fifth consecutive month in May 2018, according to...
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