CEVA Logistics Secures TAPA TSR Validation in China

April 8, 2010
First global provider to get designation

CEVA Logistics, a global supply chain management company, announced on April 5 that its domestic road transport services division in China, CEVA Ground, has achieved the Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) TSR-2008 validation.

TAPA is a unique forum that unites global manufacturers, including logistics providers and freight carriers with the common aim of reducing losses from international supply chains.

CEVA is the first global supply chain provider to be awarded the TAPA TSR validation in mainland China.

TAPA's Trucking Security Requirements are an established set of best practice procedures designed to optimize the security of TAPA members' assets. It specifies the exact trucking security requirements acceptable across supply chains.

"With the steady increase in domestic transportation volumes, the safeguarding of our customers' cargo is now more important than ever," commented Ditlev Blicher, CEVA's Executive Vice President for North Asia.

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