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The threats and risks of yesterday continue to prevail and new security concerns arise, it is necessary to maintain an acute awareness of the operational and security situation throughout the entire supply chain network. Panalpina’s proven success to navigate this environment not only provides a high level of confidence to our customers, but allows us to implement flexible and customer-centric measures throughout our network.
Panalpina Security has the primary goal to provide strategies that help identify, respond, and mitigate security risks throughout the supply chain. It is our team’s mission to work closely with our customers and business partners to understand their needs and to provide a solid foundation for current and future business ventures with a focus on continuous improvement.
Participation in government regulatory initiatives and industry programs
Panalpina fully complies with the highest international supply chain security standards as established by the Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) program. Outside of Europe, AEO programs are better known by their country-specific acronym, for example: C-TPAT (USA), PIP (Canada), STP (Singapore), or IMECM (China), to name a few.
Panalpina as one of the world’s leading third-party logistics providers and our business partners have a shared responsibility to secure the supply chains of our customers. Ensuring compliance with the AEO program entails that we periodically ask business partners to review the following security-relevant checklists and guidelines and to engage in trainings:
Global Head of Security
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