“Cargo theft has reached historic levels”

Copenaghen - According to Risk Intelligence, it “is affecting all modes of transport across the logistic supply chain.” The Danish company will partner with the Transported Asset Protection Association to enhance the visibility of cargo theft

Copenhagen - Risk Intelligence and the Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) will partner to enhance the visibility of cargo theft incidents inside the Risk Intelligence System.

Denmark’s Risk Intelligence, specialized in security risk’s management, is raising the visibility of cargo theft by incorporating a vast number of TAPA’s recorded cargo theft incidents into the Risk Intelligence System. Risk Intelligence analysts will analyse and assess these incidents individually, creating additional value from the data. This will provide clients with a dedicated cargo theft incident layer, which will enhance the user experience and substantially increase situational awareness, for logistic professionals, around hot spots and areas of interest.

Cargo theft has reached historic levels and is affecting all modes of transport across the logistic supply chain,” said Hans Tino Hansen, CEO of Risk Intelligence. “Another great partnership with one of the leading supply chain risk management platforms supports TAPA’s important role as the security expert network for everyone in the supply chain and will increase our ability to provide our members with the best sources of cargo theft intelligence,” commented Thorsten Neumann, President and CEO of TAPA EMEA.

The Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) is a unique forum that unites global manufacturers, logistics providers, freight carriers, law enforcement agencies, and other stakeholders with the common aim of reducing losses from international supply chains. TAPA reduces cargo theft and enhances the resilience of its members’ supply chains through the development and application of global security standards,

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