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This month the Construction Equipment Association (CEA) will be hosting their annual conference at One George Street, London on the 27th October, titled “The Supply Chain”.

This important annual industry event will channel both discussion and debates about the future for the construction industry. Speakers will include government officials, corporate asset finance experts as well as representatives from leading equipment manufacturers.

The conference will run alongside an exhibition showcasing the best of UK construction equipment suppliers. Amongst the exhibitors will be the CEA’s own security marking and registration scheme, CESAR.

The official CESAR Scheme, which is powered by Datatag ID Limited, is the world’s number one theft deterrent and recovery system for Construction and Agricultural equipment.

The CESAR Scheme is made up of state of the art Datatag technologies and now protects over 225,000 pieces of construction and agricultural equipment. It is widely acknowledged to have contributed to a 60% drop in equipment theft since it was launched in 2007.

Datatag ID Limited, is well known as a provider of other security schemes as it also powers the MASTER scheme, the industry security marking scheme for the motorcycle market, and the COMPASS Scheme for the Marine market.

Datatag experts will be on hand at the conference to provide information about CESAR and the latest developments of the newly launched Micro-CESAR System which is set to make the same impact as the award wining CESAR Scheme.

Micro-CESAR has been launched as a new security and asset management scheme for small tools and equipment including power tools, cut off saws, hand held hydraulic breakers and compaction plates. As an added bonus the system can also be used as an asset management system helping track tools in and out of jobs and access on-line health and safety advice and user manuals through the unique QR code and mobile enable micro-CESAR website.

Micro-CESAR like The official CESAR Scheme is made up of state of the art Datatag technologies, including warning/registration labels, RFID tags, Datadots and forensic DNA. Most major equipment manufacturers, including John Deere, JCB and Massey Ferguson, have adopted CESAR. Major UK insurers offer up to 25% discounts for all CESAR marked equipment.

Date Created: 06/10/2016

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