Bolloré receives TAPA security certification at Paris CDG

Bolloré Logistics has received TAPA FSR A 2020 certification (Transported Asset Protection Association – Facility Security Requirements) for its operations at its Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport hub.

The certification, which was awarded after an audit process, confirms the logistics company’s capability of handling high-value cargo at the association’s recognised level of security.

Pascal le Guevel, director of the Bolloré Logistics hub at Paris CDG, commented: “Achieving the TAPA FSR A certification for our Hub demonstrates our commitment to providing our customers with the best security and protection conditions for their high-value goods such as luxury or high-tech products. It also illustrates Bolloré Logistics’ desire to actively pursue excellence.”  

Nicholas Gilbert, head of security France at Bolloré Logistics, added: “The site and building, already highly secure and compliant with AEO (customs and security/safety) requirements for air cargo security as an authorised agent, have been given additional security features, including enhanced video surveillance systems and improved processes and equipment to protect sensitive, high-value products.” 

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