Cargo Security Market Report: France
Session 3
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Cargo Security Market Report: France

Supply chains in France are a prominent focal point for Organised Crime Groups (OCGs) and small-time cargo thieves. Police data shows over 1,800 criminal attacks on supply chains in 2021, while the 650 incidents reported to the TAPA EMEA Intelligence System (TIS) in 13 regions of the country in the 18 months to 30 June 2022 produced a total loss of €5.2 million for the 9.4% of crimes sharing a value, and an average loss of €383,417 for the 12 major losses of €100K or more.

Céline will discuss the cargo crime trends in France and best practices to help manage known risks.

Having always worked in transport and logistics, Céline joined the DHL group 21 years ago. In this role, Céline and her team’s responsibilities include risk analysis, DHL and partner site audits, implementation of business continuity plans, implementation of technical and human security, risk prevention, subcontractor tracking, and investigations and contact with law enforcement agencies. She is also the Regional Lead – France for TAPA EMEA, heading the local working group for the Association.

Céline Lubrano

Céline Lubrano

Head of Security & Operational Resilience France for DHL Global Forwarding & TAPA EMEA Regional Lead, France