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Brightpoint facility receives TAPA certification for supply chain security

Brightpoint, Inc. announced that its Plainfield Distribution Center (PDC), located in Plainfield, Indiana, has received the Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) Classification "A" certification.

The TAPA certification process is a comprehensive security audit with three levels of certification. The PDC received the highest level of certification as a result of its audit scores. This is the second Brightpoint facility to receive this certification. Brightpoint's Airtech facility, also located in Plainfield, Indiana, received the TAPA Classification "A" certification earlier this year.

"We are proud to receive this certification, as it reinforces our commitment to supply chain security," stated J. Mark Howell, Brightpoint's President Americas. "Our security team's expertise in managing potential security risks and implementing procedures for loss mitigation will contribute significantly to Brightpoint's success and the success of Brightpoint's customers."
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