ICG has won an engagement to assist a national logistics provider convert its new physical security strategy into a roadmap to secure support from a newly arriving CEO.
An established government business entity responsible for national postal and logistics operations retained ICG to assist them develop a strategy roadmap to improve the physical security of their supply chain. The business had moved to a greater focus on parcel delivery and needed new policies, procedures and systems to ensure the security of the high value goods it was now delivering.
An ICG professional worked with their heads of Risk and Physical Security to convert their newly developed physical security strategy into a execution roadmap. The work was urgent to ensure the new CEO understood the importance of the strategy and was comfortable funding and supporting it and the required actions at the board level. The new CEO wanted additional detail and a clear roadmap to ensure implementation success. The work involved creating multiple workstreams to drive improvements across the international inbound hubs and country wide network.
The result was a detailed roadmap and supporting presentation materials. This included quantifying the risks and identifying the specific actions required improve physical security and the detection of threats and weaknesses in supply chain performance. It included the acquisition of capital equipment to improve parcel inspection, policies, procedures and identity management.
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