New cargo theft report

TAPA EMEA has published a new Cargo Theft Report looking at cargo crime incident intelligence for the 18 months to 30 June 2022 in the Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) region.

Our 18-month analysis looks at the top 10 countries for cargo losses in EMEA as well as in the Rest of EMEA, and highlights why the fight against cargo crime will never stop.

The figures speak for themselves:   

  • 11,332 cargo thefts recorded by TAPA EMEA in just 546 days
  • Incidents reported in 78 countries across our region   
  • €126,567,613 of products stolen or targeted in thefts from supply chains 
  • Only 12.4% of crimes reported to TIS shared a loss value
  • €579,419 – the average loss for major crimes with a value of €100,000 or more
  • €231,808 – the average daily loss for every day of these 18 months
  • €86,159 – the average loss for all crimes reporting a value
  • €17,869,520 – biggest single loss reported to TAPA EMEA
  • 20 TIS product categories recorded cargo losses 

Special thanks to everyone who has shared intelligence with us. Every single incident report is vitally important because we can only risk manage what we know. The information we receive is used by our members to manage risks to their supply chains and prevent product losses.

This intelligence aims to increase the resilience of their supply chains.

The full report is available now to TAPA EMEA members when they login to their MyTAPA.

If you are a law enforcement agency representative and would like to receive a copy of this new report, please contact info@tapaemea.org

If you are not a member of TAPA EMEA and wish to find our more about the benefits of joining our Association, please visit the Members section of our website or via our online contact form. 

New cargo theft report
New cargo theft report
New cargo theft report
New cargo theft report
New cargo theft report
New cargo theft report
New cargo theft report
New cargo theft report
New cargo theft report
New cargo theft report
New cargo theft report
New cargo theft report
New cargo theft report
New cargo theft report