NC Engineering Latest To Adopt CESAR Identification Technology

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NC Engineering, the Hamiltonsbawn, Belfast, NI manufacturer of site dumpers for construction, industrial and agricultural usage, has become the latest supporter of the CESAR scheme, installing it as standard on all vehicles. CESAR has already generated huge interest in its UK-wide campaign to stamp out construction plant theft, estimated to be running at an annual total of £100 million, with minimal recovery. NC Engineering joins a growing list of major industry names such as JCB, Clancy Docwra, Terex and Pirtek in the initiative to stamp out future criminal activity in the construction sector.

NC Engineering directors Norman Nicholl and Wilfey Carson commented, “NC Engineering are pleased to be associated with the CEA and Datatag and happy to be the first dumper manufacturer to install CESAR as standard on all NC Site Dumpers – ensuring that the NC Dumper is leading the way in security, quality, safety and design in the dumper market.”

The commitment shown by NC Engineering in adopting the CESAR scheme is a further endorsement of the industry-led approach to combat and eliminate plant theft. The take-up for the CESAR scheme is growing daily and is now embraced by plant manufacturers, hirers, fitters, police forces and other regional and local authorities.

Said Chris Harrison, National Sales Manager, Datatag ID Ltd,
"We welcome NC Site Dumpers onto the CESAR scheme and NC customers will see the obvious benefits of standard CESAR fitment at OEM level. The CESAR scheme welcomes manufacturers of all sizes and this momentum will continue to confirm the CESAR scheme as The Industry standard.”

Date Created: 04/02/2008

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