TRANSPORTED ASSET PROTECTION ASSOCIATION The Global Effort to Protect Product from End to End
TAPA Overview 1997 TAPA Founded in USA 1999 TAPA Extended to EMEA 1999 TAPA Extended to APAC Shippers Insurers Manufacturers Law Enforcement 3PL’s Carriers Freight Forwarders Brokers TAPA TODAY: 700 + Members of the World’s Leading Consumer Product Brands as well as their Logistics and Transport Providers with combined annual sales of over 900 Billion USD, as well as Law Enforcement, Insurers, and Other Trade Association Members.
TAPA Founding Late 90’s: Shipping Departments across the high tech industry being hit with losses of approximately ¼ Million per Month! • June 1997: First TAPA Meeting • Gary Alton (Compaq), Steve Lund (Intel) and Don Greenwood (Sun Microsystems) began development of standards based on Intel program. • Initially a working group of Shippers only and focused primarily on transportation, TAPA developed to include carriers, and insurers.
TAPA’s Current Demographics for the Americas Full Voting Members: Companies who manufacture, transport, store, warehouse, or insure commodities at high risk of theft. SSP Members (Non-voting): Providers of supply-chain security services and/or products to companies that manufacture, transport, store, warehouse or insure commodities at high risk of theft. Associate: (a) anyone in the public sector who actively investigates the loss of, or sets security standards for, commodities at high risk of theft; (b) full-time college students majoring in criminology, law enforcement, or logistics; (c) auditing company employees
Strategic Intent • To foster the development and implementation of supply chain security “Best Practices.” • To influence their recognition and/or adoption by government and regulatory bodies. • To promote compliance within a host of industry groups, individual companies and professional organizations.
TAPA “T” Meetings • The TAPA Regions hold regular meetings, generally three or four times per year depending upon the region • Meetings are free to members and focus on supply chain security issues relevant to the membership • Each meeting focuses primarily on a specific relevant theme that effects membership (i.e. Government Regulations, Issues at the Border, or working with Law Enforcement)
IIS (Incident Information Service) • Secured database • Member and Law Enforcement reported incidents consolidated into one Report • IIS Americas has over 2,000 theft files recorded totaling approximately $600 million • EMEA Loss value reported > 435 M€ • Added value • -Assists Members in identifying ‘hot spots’ and evaluating trends. • -Promotes publication of known warnings allowing for more timely and informed response. • -Allows Members to assess their Supply Chain Risk Profile • -Serves as a centralized informational exchange between members and law enforcement .
IIS Report - Advantages and Impact Reports Include: Quarterly and Annual #’s of Incidents and Locations with the Highest Number of Incidents.
TAPA Standards • Today’s TAPA Standards • Freight Security Requirements (FSR – revised in 2011) • Truck Security Requirements (TSR – due 2012) • Parking Standards (Europe only) • Air Cargo Standards (TACSS – EMEA and ASIA)
TAPA FSR Standards Common Toolset Security Requirements Scoring Matrix Audit Forms
Freight Security Standard (FSR) GLOBAL STANDARD
Truck Security Standard (TSR) 100 % Focused on Truck Security Controls including collection and delivery process!
Experience and Testimonials • Abbott Laboratories ADT AFC Worldwide Express, Inc. Air and Ground World Transport Allianz Global Corp & SpecialtyAlterra E&S (formerly Max Speciality Ins.) Amerifreight, Inc. Amgen, Inc Aon Risk Services APL Logistics, Ltd. Applied Materials Associated Global Systems AstellasAvnet, Inc. Best Buy, Inc.Brightpoint, North America Bristol-Meyers Squibb Cargo Screening Solutions Challenger Freight Systems, Inc. Crane Worldwide Chubb Insurance CVS/Pharmacy CEVA Logistics Chartis Insurance Dell, Inc. DHL Express Americas DW Morgan Eastman Kodak Eli Lilly Expeditors International Falvey Cargo Underwriting Flextronics International FM Global Cargo Insurance Co Freight Logistics, Inc. FreightWatchInternational, USA Genzyme Corporation Glaxo Smith Kline Hewlett-Packard High Tech Cargo Insurance Program (Insurance Associates of the Southwest) Intel Corporation International Business Machines (IBM) Johnson & Johnson Kingston Technology Kraft Foods Kuehne & Nagel LoJack SCI Marsh Risk & Insurance Services Max Specialty Insurance Co. McCabe Associates Microsoft CorporationMillerCoorsMotorola, Inc Motorola Solutions National Air Cargo National Retail Services New Breed Logistics Nike Nippon Express USA, Inc. NNR Global Logistics USA, Inc Ocasa Logistics Solutions, Inc. Pfizer OHL Purolator USA OnAsset Intelligence Performance Team Panalpina Inc. Purdue Pharma Technologies Quantum Corporation Research In Motion (RIM) R&L CarriersRelcorSamsungTelecommunications Sandisk International Sanofi-AventisSanofi-Pasteur Seagate Technology Sealock Security Systems, Inc. Shasko Global Logistics Smith & Associates Sony Electronics, Inc SpansionSpeedmark Transportation Starr Marine Agency, Inc. Synnex Corp. Tech Data Corporation Travelers Tyden Brooks (formerly EJ Brooks Company) UPS Watson Pharmaceuticals Willis of New York, Inc. Xerox Corporation Yusen Air & Sea Service (USA) Inc. Zurich Services NA As an internationally recognized leader of transported asset securement, TAPA membership offers motor carriers an exceptional opportunity to acquire knowledge of global and regional security threat trends and developments of protective protocols and technologies. Membership in this highly respected organization provides comprehensive discourse of the issues through three workshop meetings annually, along with the invaluable networking opportunities with manufacturers, the shipping community, security professionals, and peers in the logistics industry. Motor Carriers desiring to be on the cutting edge of securing the supply chain for their valued customers should make membership in TAPA a vital ingredient in their organizations’ strategic plans Gerald Krisa, Vice President of Safety, R&L Carriers TAPA can be an integral part of one’s career development and education in supply chain security. By being active participants, we have made a choice to grow and expand our knowledge and standing in the industry. What’s your choice? Being a pharmaceutical industry leader in supply chain security I’ve found our relationship with TAPA to be immensely beneficial, to include: timely educational programs, valuable networking opportunities, the ability to research important data, as well as offering many links to other similar organizations Chuck Forsaith, Corporate Director of Supply Chain Security, Purdue Pharma Technologies, Inc. Peter Scrobe, Vice President, Starr Marine Agency, Inc..
Standards Lead to Solutions • The leverage TAPA exerts has had a measurably positive impact in promoting standardization and industry change to reduce cargo crime: • Major freight handlers are joining TAPA or employing TAPA-recognized security standards for facility certification as well as for freight care and handling • TAPA has become a worldwide benchmark for security handling guidelines and practices • Businesses insurers are asking prospective customers about their security practices, and specifically whether they hold TAPA certification • Government agencies include TAPA-endorsed standards in their development of homeland security initiatives
Looking Forward SHIFTS IN FOCUS
TAPA : Find Us TAPA The Americas www.tapaonline.org TAPA (EMEA) Europe, Middle East & Africa www.tapaemea.com TAPA Asia www.tapa-asia.org