SINGAPORE — TAPA APAC standards leads Jessie Han VP, DHL Global Forwarding Regional Head of Security and Operational Resilience, Asia Pacific and Herdial Singh Director, Agility Global Integrated Logistics Quality & Business Excellence Asia Pacific Region were presented awards for distinguished service and commitment to TAPA during the recent 20th Anniversary Global Conference in London.
Jessie Han and Herdial Singh had worked on the development of the TAPA Facility Security Requirements and the Truck Security Requirements for the 2017 version that was successfully released earlier this year in July.
Tony Lugg Chairman of TAPA APAC said “The contribution of Jessie and Herdial has been instrumental in ensuring that the high quality of the TAPA standards is maintained. They are Subject Matter Experts and consistently collaborated with the TAPA APAC members to ensure that were applicable to the Asian market and supply chain.
TAPA’s 20th Anniversary Global Conference was the most significant gathering of global supply chain security professionals in TAPA’s history with over 500 members and partners in attendance from the EMEA, Americas and Asia Pacific regions”.
“We are extremely pleased to have two subject matter experts on the standard committee” said Tony Lugg. Jessie Han is a Certified Fraud Examiner, auditor on TAPA TSR (Truck Security Requirements) / FSR (Facility Security Requirements) 2017, SA 8000 (Social Accountability), ISO14001 (Environment) and Lead Implementer of ISO 22301 (Business Continuity Management) whilst Herdial Singh also a qualified trainer of the TAPA TSR (Truck Security Requirements) / FSR (Facility Security Requirements) 2017, Quality lead for the ISO standards. Herdial also received the Merit Award in 2016 for his contributions to SPRING Singapore part of the Ministry of Trade and Industry responsible for helping Singapore enterprises grow.
Also awarded was Susan Griggs, Advisor – Global Security, Eli Lilly and Company, and Taya Tuggle, Director of Quality and Compliance, Air and Ground World Transport from TAPA Americas and Paul Linders Director of Security CEVA Logistics and Mark Gruentjes COO, Nosta Holding GmbH. from TAPA EMEA.
Tony Lugg went on to say “The global standards team spent much of their own time and resource to complete the standards, which is an example of the team going the extra mile to provide value add to the TAPA global membership. The benefits of TAPA standards for the industry are extensive and help manufacturers reduce costs, reduce losses and operational failures as well as increase productivity and efficiency”.
“DHL Global Forwarding and Agility Global Integrated Logistics have been leading supporters of TAPA APAC and we thank them for their contribution to the society as well as the industry in general”. He concluded.
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The Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA), a non-profit organization, is a unique forum that unites global manufacturers, logistics providers, freight carriers, law enforcement agencies, and other stakeholders with the common aim of reducing losses from international supply chains. Founded in 1997, TAPA has three regions across the globe namely Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa and the Americas. The Association has over 700+ members include many of the world’s leading manufacturing brands as well as their logistics and transport providers with combined annual sales of over US$900 billion.
TAPA APAC has trained over 470 members in the TAPA FSR & TSR standards in 2017.
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