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Working Group - Italy


TAPA EMEA established a Working Group for Italy in 2013 following a very successful regional conference held in Milan. Approximately 200 delegates from public and private sector organisations, attended this conference in September 2013 and there was a very clear consensus that TAPA should take the lead in building partnerships to confront criminal activity in the Italian supply chain. On October 2015 a Second Italian Conference took place in Florence, and the Third edition will take place in Milan on the 16th of March 2017.


Milan Marriott Hotel - 16th March 2017. Click here to go to the Registration page.

If you would like to participate in the next conference or if you are able to support our efforts to prevent cargo crime in Italy, please contact italian.wg@(*** please remove ***)tapaemea.com


The main goal of the Working Group is to realise a sustained reduction in crime levels in Italy and gradually eradicate supply chain risks. This will be achieved by improving transparency, engaging government and law enforcement agencies, sharing incident reports and implementing reporting procedures.

Specific initiatives for the WG include promoting the use of IIS and exchanging data with LEAs, establishing protocols for reporting and investigating cargo crime, encouraging and promoting secure truck parking, FSR and TSR training leading to higher levels of TAPA certification and increasing membership.  

The Working Group reflects TAPA’s diverse membership in Italy and is lead by Franco Fantozzi.

It meets every month, reports to the TAPA EMEA BoD and provides regular updates to TAPA members via Vigilant.


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To review the latest article about the Working Group, which featured in February 2016 Vigilant, please click on the link below, the article can be found on pages 15 and 16.

Vigilant February Edition  






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