RESILIENCE@RISK

RESILIENCE@RISK

There is always plenty to think about for supply chain security professionals but rarely, since TAPA EMEA was formed in 2000, so many challenges to negotiate all at once.

On 9 & 10 November 2022, the Association’s ‘RESILIENCE@RISK2’ Virtual Conference will invite our expert speakers to discuss some of the most pressing cargo security risks, from the impact of the ongoing war in Ukraine, to the national cargo crime rates in France and Germany, as well as congestion at major hubs, especially in Europe.

We will also look at what it takes to build supply chain resiliency in this new world environment and hear updates on two of the topics which could offer significant benefits to reducing the number and cost of cargo thefts in the Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) region, notably secure truck parking and autonomous vehicles.

Delegates will also get to hear the latest updates from TAPA EMEA, including the status of the new revisions of the Association’s Facility Security Requirements (FSR) and Trucking Security Requirements (TSR) industry standards, due in 2023.  Registration is free to all supply chain resilience stakeholders, both TAPA EMEA members and non-members. To join us, use the link below.

The TAPA EMEA Virtual Conference 2022 is free of charge to join.

Day 1

10:00
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11:00

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11:00

Welcome by Thorsten Neumann

From disruption to reinvention – become a master of resiliency

Pierre-François Kaltenbach

Maintaining resilience in a changing risk environment

Norman Heit

Cargo Security Market Report: France

Céline Lubrano

Congestion & its impact on supply chain resilience

Jason Breakwell
14:00
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15:30

Meet our Exhibitors

Day 2

10:00
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11:00

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11:00

Welcome by Thorsten Neumann

Cargo risks & losses in Germany

Matthias Willenbrink

Secure Truckparkings – A TAPA member’s responsibility

Ton Barten

Autonomous trucks, the road to driverless

James Cooper

TAPA APAC Update

Tony Lugg

TAPA EMEA Standards, Training & TIS Update

Marcel Saarloos Paul Linders Markus Prinz

TAPA EMEA – Looking ahead to 2023

Thorsten Neumann