DB Schenker Achieves Highest Level of TAPA Accreditation
DB Schenker Achieves Highest Level of Transported Asset Protection Association Accreditation. DB Schenker's facility at Airway Drive has officially achieved highest level of Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA).
DB Schenker's facility at Airway Drive in Mississauga, Ontario has officially achieved the highest level of Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) accreditation. The external certification body SGS performed the audit and certified DB Schenker. SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company.
Accreditation involved rigorous auditing of DB Schenker’s security infrastructure and warehouse facility at 3210 Airway Drive – a multi-modal HUB for the region handling air, ocean and ground cargo. This is the first DB Schenker facility in Canada to achieve the accreditation.
According to Eric Dewey, President and CEO, Schenker of Canada Limited: “TAPA 'A' certification underlines our commitment to providing a safe and secure facility for our customer's goods and gives us a competitive advantage when dealing with the technology industry as we continue to grow in this sector. This achievement will benefit all of our freight forwarding modes and will assist in our growth efforts.”
Last modified: 15.08.2014