"TAPA certification is a globally recognized confirmation that warehousing and logistics operations with shipments of our clients report safely, reliably and with due care. Adherence to TAPA's safety standards is confirmed by certified auditors and a clear confirmation of secure transport and storage in the logistics world, ”says Harald Prohaska, Audience

Setting up processes and building sites that comply with TAPA standards are a complex and time-consuming and costly goal. "The new TAPA certificates for our branch in Syrovice in Brno are one of the main investment strategies. In the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, only about 600 member companies and partners of the association now have any of the TAPA certifications. Within the Gebrüder Weiss network, the Czech Republic is the geographical area with the highest number of TAPA-certified branches in Central and Eastern Europe, ”he explains. Harald Prohaska

TAPA certifications are divided into different groups, each of which is then further divided into three different quality levels. The Gebrüder Weiss logistics complexes in Jenč and Jažlovice (both near Prague) have been certified in recent years, the branch in Syrovice (near Brno) now meets the current conditions for FSR certification in the group). "FSR certification refers to the security of buildings in which products include logistic processes and high-value goods. It is essential to certify TAPA certificates, to compile an application in the event of manipulation based on our clients in the framework of security standards in the form of a client's service, "to meet the marketing process with Jan Kodad.