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Police Arrest 7 People in Oil Theft Syndicate in Indonesia

The Jambi Regional Police's Directorate of General Criminal Investigation has unveiled a theft syndicate involving stolen oil condensate from an Indonesian state-owned oil and natural gas corporation. The incident took place in Rantau Karya, Geragai District, East Tanjung Jabung Regency, Jambi Province. According to the Director of General Criminal Investigation of the Jambi Police, Police…

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11 New Transportation, Logistics Projects Introduced In Malaysia

According to the Malaysia Prime Minister, 11 new transport and logistics projects have been introduced to ensure the sustainable and resilient development of the national infrastructure. These projects include the construction of the Pan Borneo Highway Sabah Phase 1B, the Penang Light Rail Transit (LRT) Project, the expansion of Penang International Airport, the redevelopment of Sultan…

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Delhi Crime Branch Cracks Down on Counterfeit Spare Parts Op Targeting Automobile Companies

The Delhi Police's Crime Branch has initiated legal action after receiving a complaint from automobile companies regarding producing and selling counterfeit spare parts bearing their logos and stickers in New Delhi. According to an official, various auto parts like filters, pumps, and more are being manufactured and distributed in the market. This fraudulent activity not only…

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Empowering Resilience: Combat Against Maritime Drug & Illicit Trafficking TAPA APAC’s insights at the Maritime Security Webinar Co-hosted by PKA and MIMA

On the celebration of 60 years of operations by the Port Klang Authority (PKA) of Malaysia,  Transported Asset Protection Association Asia Pacific (TAPA APAC) participated in the hybrid webinar event titled "Maritime Security: Challenges of a Trading Nation", co-hosted by PKA and the Maritime Institute of Malaysia (MIMA). The event was held on the 1st…

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Forwarders Now Liable for Export Control Violations as US Tightens Shipping Security

NVOs and forwarders may face significant fines and potential criminal charges if they fail to report customers who are exporting illegal components to countries like Russia and China, according to the US Department of Commerce. The department is urging these transportation providers to have a thorough understanding of their customers, which can be challenging for…

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Five Arrested After China Warehouse Theft

Five individuals were apprehended and formally charged for their involvement in an incident involving the theft of approximately one tonne of car wiring harnesses from a Chinese-owned logistic company's container truck. The suspects were all former security guards, as confirmed by a Department Police Officer and the identification of the perpetrators was made possible through a…

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Hong Kong Customs Seizes $1 Million Worth of Counterfeit Products at River Trade Terminal

Hong Kong Customs recently confiscated counterfeit goods valued at $1 million at the Tuen Mun River Trade Terminal Customs Cargo Examination Compound. The counterfeit goods include approximately 900 items, 1,300 suspected smuggled nicotine-containing electronic cigarettes, and 6,100 electronic cigarette accessories. This operation was carried out after a careful risk assessment of a 40-foot container that arrived in…

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New 2023 TAPA Standards Officially Launch

As communicated previously, TAPA 2023 Facility Security Requirements (FSR) and Trucking Security Requirements (TSR) Standards will officially launch today September 15th, 2023 across the world - Asia Pacific, Europe & Middle East, and Americas. TAPA Standards reflect the latest knowledge, industry best practices and play a pivotal role in enhancing the resilience of your supply chain…

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