The Construction Equipment Association’s official CESAR Scheme, which celebrated a major milestone recently with the unveiling of its’ 300,000th registered machine, will again be exhibiting this year at the UK’s biggest construction show – Plantworx.
Taking place for the fourth time Plantworx has moved to a new venue in the East of England Showground in Peterborough. This year the event, with its unrivaled product showcase is set to be the biggest and best ever with an exciting mix of live demonstrations, working machinery, live construction applications, outdoor stands and indoor exhibition space.
CESAR will be in attendance to highlight to ongoing issue of plant theft and the ways in which it, the industry’s official marking and registration scheme, is working to help protect businesses from the impacts of crime. The multi award winning Official CESAR Scheme is powered by Datatag’s unique state-of-the-art, multi-layered, security marking technologies including both covert and overt markings. The unique and now iconic numbered triangular tamper evident ID plate has become synonymous with CESAR and theft prevention.
Once fitted with a CESAR System a machine’s details are recorded on Datatag’s secure database which, in the event of a theft, police can access via the 24/7 Contact Centre enabling them to quickly and simply identify the stolen machine at the roadside and return it to its rightful owner. The theft deterrent benefit of CESAR is such that many leading insurers provide premium discounts of up to 20% for CESAR protected and registered equipment.
Datatag, as well as being the preferred security partner for the construction and agriculture industries, is also relied upon in the motorcycle and personal watercraft markets managing both official schemes. Datatag also provides security marking systems for ATVs, 4x4s, trailers, bikes and boats.