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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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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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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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Navigating the Modern Logistics Landscape in India: TAPA APAC at the Prestigious National Logistics Summit 2023

Transported Asset Protection Association Asia Pacific (TAPA APAC), as a Lanyard Partner, proudly participated in the National Logistics Summit 2023 held at PHD House in New Delhi, India, on 11th August 2023. The summit, with the theme of "Navigating the Challenges & Opportunities of the Modern Logistics Landscape," brought together leading industry players and government…

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Warehouse Storing EV Batteries Burns Down in Thailand

Following the recent fire at a warehouse in Chatuchak district, Thailand, where electric vehicle (EV) batteries were stored, the Bangkok Governor has shown swift and proactive leadership. Recognizing the seriousness of the situation, the Governor has instructed local officials to conduct a thorough assessment of the affected warehouse. Additionally, the Governor has announced plans to…

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An Automotive Manufacturer’s Japan Production at Standstill as System Failure Hits All 14 Assembly Plants

The world's largest automaker, a multinational automotive manufacturer, has temporarily shut down all 14 of its assembly plants in Japan due to a malfunction in its production system. This has resulted in a complete halt to domestic output. While the cause of the glitch is being investigated, a spokesperson has stated that it is unlikely…

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TAPA APAC Presents Token of Appreciation to Roman Luth for his Outstanding Contribution to the Development of the TAPA Guarding Security Requirements (GSR) Standard 2023 Version

https://tapa-apac.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/SCRS-Awards-Roman-1.mp4 The Transported Asset Protection Association Asia Pacific (TAPA APAC) recently bestowed a well-deserved token of appreciation upon Mr. Roman C. Luth for his invaluable contributions to the development of the Guarding Security Requirements (GSR) Standard 2023 version. The TAPA GSR 2023 Standard has been released recently in June 2023 as the association’s continuous effort to…

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China’s Growth Now Relies on Auto Sector Performance

A supply chain news channel survey evaluates and ranks the technological and automotive supply chains of 5,000 enterprises in countries like China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and India. The study focuses on financial metrics such as revenue and net profit, primarily focusing on the technological and automotive supply chains within significant Asian economies.…

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More Companies Have Joined Malaysia’s Burgeoning Shepherd Carbon Capture And Storage (CCS) Project.

Malaysia's Shepherd Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project has attracted global manufacturing and gas & power companies to join its ranks. This initiative aims to gather CO₂ emissions from various industries in South Korea and either convert or store them in Malaysian facilities. The Shepherd CCS project has a threefold objective: capturing carbon dioxide emissions from…

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