DSV’s South Africa warehouse receives first TAPA accreditation

DSV’s South Africa warehouse receives first TAPA accreditation

Dec 28, 2016: DSV’s South African warehouse in Gauteng managed to get its first TAPA (Technology Asset Protection Association) approval, clearing audits in the very first attempt.“Now we can offer our customers a comprehensively secured location with highly qualified personnel, said Barbara Matthee, sales director, DSV.

The audit was performed by SGS who is approved by TAPA to carry out certified assessments based on TAPA's Freight Security Requirements (FSR).

The auditor took into account the tight and adequate security measures implemented by the team on site and then recommended a category A accreditation.

 

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