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15 2018 ACHIEVEMENTS…


Tell us some of the other actions in 2018 which will provide further benefits for TAPA members in the year ahead …


• We were the first industry association to be invited to participate in Project CARGO and attended the kick-off meeting with the German Police, Europol and law enforcement investigators from EU Member States. It is also gaining significant support from the German Ministry for Transport and the German Ministry for Interior


• Country with most incidents = the United Kingdom still holds the top spot for the number of cargo crimes reported to TAPA’s IIS, driven by our successful intelligence sharing partnership with UK law enforcement, and we also continue to receive regular and reliable incident data from the Dutch Police. We are working hard behind the scenes to nurture the same types of relationships with other LEAs in EMEA and in 2019 we will start to see this materialise in the form of more crime data from across our region.


• Highest value incident recorded = €10,123,433, a violent truck hijacking and theft of metal in Limpopo province, South Africa


• State one new trend seen in 2018 = we are receiving an ever-growing number of reports of incidents involving Last Mile delivery vehicles, with the Tobacco industry a major target. These attacks typically occur when drivers stop to make deliveries, but we are also seeing regular crimes where vehicles stuck in slow moving traffic in major towns and cities are being targeted in full view of other motorists.


EVENTS…


• Number of events = in terms of TAPA EMEA events, we held our main conferences of 2018 in Warsaw and Palma and we also held successful regional conferences in South Africa and Russia to increase awareness of the challenges facing supply chains in those countries and to promote the value of joining our Association to manage risk and prevent crimes from occurring. We also actively participated in many other events at an EU and industry level, such as the EU-funded Project CARGO and Safe & Secure Parking meetings, a supply chain


• The launch of all levels of our new Parking Security Requirements (PSR) and its acceptance and visibility at a European Commission level. Within weeks of the launch, we've had 28 parking sites join the programme in Europe and South Africa and will be adding more TAPA-approved secure parking sites every month in 2019


• The ‘go-live’ of our Secure Parking Online Tool (SPOT) which enables our members to plan transport routes, see the level of cargo crimes on those routes, and identify the nearest TAPA PSR secure parking sites


• Our participation in the EC’s ROADSEC Security Toolkit which addresses the threats of cargo crime, stowaways and terrorism on European roads


security webinar hosted by the International Union of Marine Insurers (IUMI), NATO’s Civil Preparedness & Resilience Seminar, and the International Transport Forum (ITF) in Leipzig, which enabled us to exhibit alongside the German Ministry for Transport and German LKA Sachsen, and to meet with Andreas Scheuer, Germany’s Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure.


• Total number of registered delegates for all events in 2018 = 800 (Warsaw, Palma, South Africa and Russia)


• TAPA EMEA’s work with The University of Applied Sciences for Public Administration in Bremen to develop a new generation of risk and security managers


• Our membership of the Theft Prevention in Freight Transport and Logistics Working Group in Germany with 12 other industry associations to tackle the €2.2 billion annual cost of cargo crime in Germany, where 26,000 trucks are stolen annually and thieves target a vehicle, on average, every 20 minutes


'We are receiving an ever-growing number of reports of incidents involving Last Mile delivery vehicles, with the Tobacco industry a major target. These attacks typically occur when drivers stop to make deliveries, but we are also seeing regular crimes where vehicles stuck in slow moving traffic in major towns and cities are being targeted in full view of other motorists.'


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