DHL Express has passed the certification of the Association for the Protection of Goods Transported (TAPA) -

DHL Express has passed the certification of the Association for the Protection of Goods Transported (TAPA)

DHL Express has passed the certification of the Association for the Protection of Goods Transported (TAPA)

This confirms the high safety standards for the transport of goods, introduced in DHL Express

The DHL Express service center in Birmingham (Great Britain) was certified by the Association for the Protection of Goods Transported (TAPA) and became the 300th certified site of the company's global network. The receipt of an independent TAPA certificate is a recognition of the high safety standards for the transport of goods introduced in DHL Express. This landmark event confirms the company's serious approach to meeting the TAPA Freight Security Regulations (FSR) safety standards around the world.
"DHL Express operates in more than 220 countries and territories and is the most international company in the world. Security has always been and remains our top priority. Of course, we have implemented and follow our internal security standards for a long time, at the same time, it is extremely important to undergo independent verification and certification. First and foremost, it is important for our customers - that they are confident that the valuable goods that they ship are in safe hands. Our first TAPA certified facility was the Gateway in Penang, Malaysia in 2001, and we are proud that we have already certified the 300th object of our infrastructure, "said Adrian Whelan, Director of Security for DHL Express at the global level . "Caring for our customers and their needs always comes first, so security is not just an undoubted plus, but an absolute necessity," Adrian Whelan said, summarizing.
The worldwide recognized TAPA certification is one of the most rigorous systems for assessing safety standards in the field of logistics and supply chain management. Certification is carried out in the form of an independent audit and pays special attention to how warehouse and transport logistics of high-value cargo are built. As the world leader in logistics and express delivery, DHL Express is doing everything possible to ensure that the processes and services of the company meet the highest standards in the industry.
DHL Express is the world leader among logistics companies by the number of objects certified by TAPA. Today, the company's 300 facilities in 82 countries have TAPA certification levels A and B: 96 in Europe, 87 in Asia and the Pacific, 25 in China, 43 in North and South America, 30 in Central and West Africa and 19 - in the Middle East and North Africa. In Russia, six DHL Express facilities have A-level certification under the standards of the Association for the Protection of Goods Transported (TAPA).
"We congratulate DHL Express on this significant achievement and thank the company for its responsible approach to safety standards," said Torsten Newmann, President of TAPA in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. "DHL Express recognizes that our safety standards are advanced in the industry and allow to guarantee the protection of cargoes of the company's customers. Today, more and more customers are wondering: do the facilities of their logistics partners have TAPA certification, because this is the security standard they trust. Therefore, at present, the highest demand for certification of TAPA in Europe, the Middle East and Africa is observed in our twenty-year history and growing every month. We hope that more and more companies will follow the example of DHL Express. "

27.08.2018 12:20:00
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