Rhenus in the Netherlands announced that it has received the prestigious TAPA A security certification. TAPA, the Transported Asset Protection Association, is a professional association of high-tech companies promoting higher security standards in the international shipping and air cargo industry.
The certification was awarded to the Rhenus activities located at Folkstoneweg 202, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol among which Rhenus Air B.V., Rhenus Airfreight Handling B.V., Copex Air B.V., KDS Cargo B.V. and Racon Air B.V.
Ivo Aris, COO Airfreight of Rhenus explains: "This is a further step in our ambition to further professionalize our facility to the latest standards and requirements both national and international in fields such as security and sustainability. The location with direct access to ramp side enables us to offer unlimited solutions to our customers and with this latest certification also our high tech customers."
The Rhenus-Group is one of Europe’s leading logistics services with annual turnover amounting to EUR 3 billion. Rhenus employs 18,000 people at more than 290 locations worldwide. The Rhenus business areas - Contract Logistics, Freight Logistics and Port Logistics - manage complex supply chains and provide a wealth of innovative value-added services.