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NEW EU PROPOSAL MAY CAUSE SLEEPLESS NIGHTS

Trucks being left unattended as drivers have to find accommodation during long rest breaks in Europe could result from new EU proposals. Whether we stop and think about it or not, every single day of our lives we all rely on the road transport industry.

Statistics from the EU earlier this year showed that road transport accounted for 74.9% of all  trade between EU countries, with trucks travelling 2,200 billion tonne-kilometres a year along the main roads and motorways that connect buyers and sellers of goods, and consumers. It begs the obvious question, what would we do without this fast and efficient method of transportation?

Transport operators, however, are facing an ever-growing list of commercial challenges; falling yields, increasing...

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Cargo thefts from vehicles in Europe highlight why companies need to support TAPA’s secure parking programme

As TAPA EMEA prepares to roll out its new Parking Security Requirements (PSR) to Parking Place Operators (PPO) in Europe, the Association’s...
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Dutch National Police launch new Cargo Theft Reporting Hotline – now they need companies to proactively share incident data

Many of the most proactive responses to tackling the growing threat of cargo crime in the EMEA region have originated in the Netherlands, a...
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UK Motorway Service Areas are becoming a hotbed of cargo crime but a new public-private partnership is closing in on offenders

Motorway Service Areas (MSA) across the United Kingdom are becoming a hotbed of cargo crime with organised criminal groups preying on trucks...
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FUTURE THINKING – ON OCTOBER 25, 2017, A JOURNEY BEGINS INTO THE FUTURE OF SUPPLY CHAIN SECURITY

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INTRODUCING TAPA EMEA’S NEW EYE-ON-TECH CORRESPONDENT

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AFTER LAST MONTH’S FALL IN RECORDED CARGO CRIMES, APRIL’S FIGURES SHOW A 43.4% YEAR-ON-YEAR INCREASE AND LOSSES WITH A VALUE EXCEEDING €4.6 MILLION

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FRESH ATTACKS ON TRUCKS AND DRIVERS IN CALAIS AS AUTHORITIES FEAR THE SUMMER WEATHER WILL SEE A NEW WAVE OF MIGRANTS

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