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Limavady Agricultural Show

Pirtek Belfast recently attended the Limavady Agricultural Show to help promote the Construction Equipment Security and Registration scheme’s (CESAR) arrival in Northern Ireland.

Sharing a stand with the Police Service of Northern Ireland and local NFU Mutual offices, Licensee David Adams spent the day demonstrating how the CESAR scheme is of benefit to local farmers and agricultural suppliers. Available through Pirtek’s entire network of 90+ dedicated Hose Centres in the UK, the CESAR scheme is an identification product proven to reduce theft of plant and agricultural equipment. It also makes recovery and return to original owner more likely for equipment that is stolen.

Pirtek Belfast is Northern Ireland’s only authorised company for retrofitting the CESAR scheme and is well placed to provide this service as they already have mobile technicians spread throughout the province for their hydraulic hose repair/replacement service. "The CESAR system is vital in the detection, investigation and prosecution of an offender involved in plant machinery theft,” says crime prevention officer Colin Elliott. “The system has proven to deter, yet when equipment is left unattended, immobilise it or use additional security devices to limit the potential for unauthorised use.”

Pirtek Belfast’s David Adams is equally enthusiastic. "We are delighted to be chosen as Northern Ireland's distributor of CESAR for plant and agricultural equipment,” he concludes. “The Police Service of Northern Ireland has fully endorsed this initiative and we are grateful for their support and guidance."

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