DATATAG TO EXHIBIT AT TILLAGE LIVE 2015

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Datatag ID Limited, the power behind the official CESAR security marking and registration scheme for construction and agricultural equipment, is set to exhibit at this year’s Tillage Live, National Cultivation Event on September 16th at Croft Farm, Croft on Tees, Darlington.

CESAR, which was launched into the Agricultural industry with the support of the Agricultural Engineers Association (AEA) in 2009, now protects over 200,000 items of agricultural and construction equipment. Latest official statistics show that CESAR marked equipment is 4 times less likely to be stolen and up to 6 times more likely to be recovered if stolen. Leading insurers support CESAR by offering insurance premium discounts of up to 25% for all CESAR protected machinery.

Datatag ID Limited will not only be exhibiting the CESAR scheme but also the multi-award winning Datatag VENOM. The new fuel anti- theft system is the only forensic product of its type to combat the growing billion pound issues of fuel theft. VENOM is set to be the biggest game changer to the industries affected by the rise of fuel theft.

CESAR has appeared at Tillage Live over the past few years, but it will be the first agricultural show for Datatag VENOM. Tillage live is demonstration event for arable famers including an area with a commentator explaining the benefits and features of the machinery exhibited to a wider audience. The event provides specific areas for sprayers and guidance systems to be demonstrated in working conditions.

One of Datatag’s Police Liaison and Training officersVince Wise will be present on the Datatag stand explaining the benefits of both CESAR and VENOM. Vince has great operational experience in his field and as an ex-police officer has for many years dealt with the devastating effects of this type of organised and opportunistic crime. Vince is looking forward to this important event in the Datatag calendar and he is convinced that the show will be another success for team Datatag!

Date Created: 28/07/2015

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