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TAPA publishes truck security standards for industry review

THE Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) has published its full Parking Security Requirements (PSR certification programme) for industry review, reports London's Air Cargo News

TAPA publishes truck security standards for industry review

THE Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) has published its full Parking Security Requirements (PSR certification programme) for industry review, reports London's Air Cargo News

TAPA publishes truck security standards for industry review
19 June 2018 - 19:06

THE Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) has published its full Parking Security Requirements (PSR certification programme) for industry review, reports London's Air Cargo News.

'We are working hard to engage with Parking Place Operators to highlight the commercial benefits of being TAPA-approved, and we are also encouraging our members who book parking spaces to promote the new PSR standard to the parking site owners they know,' said the TAPA statement.



The organisation also announced the signing of an MoU with SNAP Account, the cashless payment system for the haulage industry, which works with more than 3,000 transport operators.



TAPA, which aims to reduce the number of crimes related to trucks, said it is on course to launch the higher levels one and two of its Parking Security Requirements (PSRs) later this year, following the latest stage of consultation with its manufacturing and logistics service provider members, who have been asked to review the standards to confirm they are fit for purpose.



Cargo loss data for 2017 produced by TAPA's Incident Information Service (IIS) revealed an 89.9 per cent year-on-year rise in freight thefts which occurred when trucks parked in unsecured parking locations, mostly due to the lack of secure parking options.

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