TAPA Chairman to Discuss Future of Supply Chain Security at eyefortransport Elite Hi-Tech Summit

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Thorsten Neumann, Chairman of the Transport Asset Protection Association (TAPA) and Head of Security, CEMA & India, Global Supply Chain Security Lead at Nokia, will discuss how the recession has changed supply chain security, and what hi-tech companies can do to secure their supply chains for the future.

The discussion will take place with 200 senior hi-tech supply chain executives at the eyefortransport 5th Annual Hi-Tech & Electronics Supply Chain Summit, taking place April 14-15 in Amsterdam.

With increased cargo theft of high-value goods during the recession, and ongoing concerns about the potential threat of terrorism, Neumann’s presentation will outline key steps and best practices that supply chain executives can execute to enhance security and reduce risk.

He will share how Nokia has successfully implemented TAPA best practices, and explain how other audience members from leading hi-tech companies can do the same.

As an association of security professionals and related business partners from manufacturing and transportation companies, TAPA facilitates information sharing as well as the development and implementation of leading supply chain security practices among its members.

With TAPA members enjoying lower theft incidents than the industry average, Neumann will highlight the key resources that are available to help shippers of high-value goods increase security in their supply chains.

Neumann will address over 200 senior supply chain executives from top hi-tech & electronics manufacturers and retailers, who are joining together for the annual Summit. Over 2 days at the Summit, attendees will hear other best practice presentations from VPs and Directors of Supply Chain from Microsoft, Cisco, Samsung, Avago, Infineon, Motorola, Tyco, Avnet, Intel, Logitech, Xilinix and others.

Complimentary passes to the event are available for qualified senior supply chain executives from hi-tech & electronics companies. There are also limited sponsorship opportunities available for companies providing supply chain and logistics services and solutions.

For more details about the event, please contact Emma Miller: emiller(at)eft(dot)com, +44 (0)207 375 7178

To see the full agenda, speakers and confirmed attendees, please visit the website: http://www.eft.com/hitech

For more information about TAPA, please visit: http://www.tapaemea.com


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