NACEX obtains TAPA FSR – Level “A” certification for its Cosalada Hub

NACEX has obtained the TAPA FSR – Level “A” goods security certification for its Cosalada Hub, passing the external audit by SGC.

NACEX, Logista’s express parcel and documentation delivery company, has obtained the TAPA FSR – Level “A” goods security certification for its Cosalada Hub, after passing the external audit by the verifying organization SGC.

According to Logista, the TAPA “A” certification confirms that the NACEX facilities comply with a stringent level of security for the most valuable goods, an aspect that is becoming more valued  by the company in order to reinforce security measures for its site, accesses and vehicles, and the improvement in its specific operational standards for internal staff and the itineraries for visits to the facility.

TAPA is an international association of security professionals that unites its efforts in order to minimise threats to the security of goods, carrying this out by means of  a standardised norm. Compliance with the requirements of this norm guarantees security of the goods across the entire NACEX operational chain: from arriving at the facility until leaving it.

This certification adds to those previously obtained by the company, such as the ISO 9001 in Quality Management, ISO 14001 in Environmental Management, the OHSAS certificate in Health & Safety Management, the GDP certification for the distribution of medicines for human use and the Carbon Footprint certification. Logista also stated that the Cosalda centre expects to receive the LEED GOLD certification, recognising those buildings that incorporate sustainable high efficiency features in their operation.

Source: Logista


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