Using intelligence to build resilience across end-to-end supply chains in Africa

Using intelligence to build resilience across end-to-end supply chains in Africa

TAPA EMEA recorded cargo thefts from supply chains in 36 countries in Africa in 2023, including major cargo losses in South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Egypt, Morocco, and Ethiopia.

As the leading supply chain security and resilience industry Association in the Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) region, TAPA EMEA is committed to helping companies minimize losses from their supply chains by raising their awareness of cargo crime risks and the risk management and loss prevention solutions which have been developed by the industry to protect the people, assets and cargoes moving in supply chains across our region. 

Join our industry Association in Johannesburg on 6 March 2024 to learn more about the types of cargo security risks supply chains are facing daily in countries across Africa.

This special one-day conference hosted by the Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA), the leading supply chain security and resilience industry Association, will give delegates a valuable insight into the cargo security challenges, highlighting the types of incidents taking place and the modus operandi of crime groups.

It will also look at supply chain security solutions available to companies in Africa to protect their facilities, vehicles, personnel, and cargoes.

This event will be of special interest to supply chain and security professionals working for:  

  • Manufacturers/Shippers
  • Logistics Service Providers
  • Freight Forwarders & Transport Operators
  • Insurers
  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Security Service Providers
  • Supply Chain Consultants

Delegate places at this event are limited, so please register now if you want to join our audience in Johannesburg.