TRACKER BRINGS AWARD-WINNING PLANT SECURITY TO CEREALS SHOW







Published by Gerald Ferreira Date: June 12, 2012
Categories: General News

Exclusive show discount on SVR solutions for visitors to stand number I949

Helping farmers protect their assets from thieves

Cereals 2012 Boothby Graffoe, Lincolnshire, 13-14 June

TRACKER, the UK’s leading stolen vehicle recovery (SVR) expert, is bringing its ground-breaking, award-winning technology to Cereals 2012, on 13-14 June, at Boothby Graffoe, in Lincolnshire. In a new partnership with Crimestoppers, TRACKER is focusing on rural crime to help farmers boost their security efforts. Visitors at the show should head to stand I949 to find out more and benefit from an exclusive discount on TRACKER’s solutions.

This new partnership with Crimestoppers extends an already strong network of TRACKER relationships aimed at protecting the farming and agricultural industries.  NFU Mutual, offers members a 12.5% discount off premiums if they have a TRACKER device fitted.  Farmers who also mark tractors and plant with CESAR database registration, along with fitting a TRACKER stolen vehicle recovery unit, are rewarded with a further 12.5% discount, giving a total saving of 25%. In addition, TRACKER has joined forces with NatWest Bank to offer preferential rates to its agricultural customers on its range of vehicle and equipment solutions.

TRACKER has also renewed its membership of the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) Secured by Design (SBD) initiative, which recognises the highest quality security products and crime prevention projects.

Stephen Doran, Managing Director of TRACKER, says, “We are developing a growing network of partnerships, to bring the most cost effective and best possible theft prevention measures to the agricultural market. Farmers are particularly vulnerable to criminal activity, with an estimated £50 million to £70 million worth of plant and agricultural machinery stolen every year.

“The loss of equipment to farmers cannot be underestimated.  Not only is it a huge inconvenience, they face significant financial loss. We are looking forward to bringing TRACKER’s SVR solutions to Cereals 2012, raising awareness of the power of our tracker units in the fight against rural crime and helping the agricultural industry protect their assets.”

TRACKER’s range of SVR products work like electronic homing devices.  A covert transmitter is hidden in one of several dozen places around the agricultural vehicle or machinery. There is no visible aerial, so the thief won’t even know it’s there. Unlike other systems, TRACKER’s devices work no matter where the vehicle or equipment is hidden, even if taken abroad.  What’s more, TRACKER now offers a battery powered solution designed specifically for plant and agricultural equipment that doesn’t have its own power source. Thatcham approved, TRACKER’s range of SVR solutions bring owners the ultimate protection against the permanent loss of their assets.

To find out more visit TRACKER at stand # I949