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AirCArgo AsiA-PACifiC • DEC ‘16 - JANUARY 2017 • Page 5 South Africa both featured in 10 new incidents added to the iiS database. incident reports for the quarter also continued to highlight the wide range of products being targeted by cargo thieves. Food & Drink was the TAPA iiS product category with the highest number of recorded losses, 53 or 10.9 per cent of the Q3 2016 total. other product categories featuring in major cargo losses included: • Pharmaceuticals • Clothing and Footwear • Furniture/Household Appliances • Computers/Laptops • Toys and Games • Metal • Food and Drink • Tools/Building Materials • Cosmetics and Hygiene • Tyres Products moving in supply chains in emeA remained most at risk during the quarter. Five incident categories involving trucks accounted for 437 or 89.5 per cent of the Q3 2016 inci- dents: • Theft from Vehicle – 269 or 55.1 per cent • Theft from Trailer – 88 or 18 per cent • Theft of Vehicle – 46 or 9.4 per cent • Truck Theft – 22 or 4.5 per cent • Theft of Trailer – 12 or 2.5 per cent TAPA’s iiS also recorded 24 cases of Theft from Facility – 4.9 per cent of all Q3 incidents as well as 10 hijack- ings, seven of which took place in South Africa. in 2017, TAPA emeA is issuing the latest revision of its Facility Security Requirements (FSR) and Trucking Security Requirements (TSR), recog- nised as the leading security stand- ards for supply chain security. it is also launching a new secure parking program for all parking owners to help identify and increase the number of secure parking places in the region through certification, partnership and mutual recognition. it will recognise existing secure parking locations and encourage other parking site operators to update the security of their locations to attract new business. TAPA members will also have access to a new online tool that will incorporate a route planner, a secure parking locator, site information and contact details, as well as an incident history overlay showing the locations of previous cargo crimes reported to TAPA on the routes companies are planning to use. The total loss value for the 46.8 per cent of crimes with an actual value reported to TAPA’s IIS in the three months ended 30 September was EUR19,883,639.