Latest figures from PANIU show an alarming increase in ATV thefts. The Plant and Agriculture National Intelligence Unit revealed the number of ATV’s stolem in quarter two of 2017 was up 16.5%.
Leading security experts Datatag ID Limited, will exhibit for the third time at the Country File Live Exhibition on the 2nd-5th August. The BBC event, back again at the impressive Blenheim Palace grounds, is set to be one of the biggest and most exciting summer events of 2018. Datatag ID experts, exhibiting in the Farming … More DATATAG TO EXHIBIT AT THE THIRD COUNTRY FILE LIVE SHOW
Saturday 2nd June saw the 3rd Vintage Japanese Bike Day at the world famous Sammy Miller Museum in Dorset. A record number of bikes made their way to the event with over 100 bikes packed into the Courtyard. With a further 150+ in the car park and along the drive this was one of the … More VINTAGE JAPANESE BIKES RACE TO SAMMY MILLER MUSEUM
Datatag ID, arguably Britain’s most trusted security marking company, has signed up to support National MTB legend and current World ranked No.4 Scott ‘BOOMBOOM’ Beaumont in his bid to win his 9th National 4x title this year. Scott, who has been competing and winning since the age of 4, who went on to win his … More DATATAG SUPPORT SCOTT BEAUMONT IN BID TO WIN 9TH 4X NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
At the recent IAATI European 2017 Training Conference held in Prague, IAATI (the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators) awarded this year’s Annual Achievement Award for a lifetime’s dedication to the job. The award, usually presented to recognise a particular operation or job, was this time in recognition of a long career of commitment and … More IAATI RECOGNISE DATATAG’S NICK MAYELL WITH LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
The North’s largest farm machinery show attracted more than 200 trade stands and 30 new exhibitors this year . CESAR Scheme powered by Datatag gave their thoughts at the show on best protection policies for farmers.
At a recent event hosted by the Combined Industries Theft Solutions, attendees looked beyond the familiar threat of plant theft to the evolving menace of fraud. View the online ConstructionWorX Magazine