previousnext 8/11/2010

A GLOBAL LEADER IN AGRICULTURE AND CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY TACKLES THEFT HEAD ON 
TRACKER, the leader in stolen vehicle recovery and vehicle tracking solutions, has signed a major new deal with New Holland, the world-leading manufacturer of agriculture and construction equipment. Under the new agreement the New Holland UK dealer network will be offering TRACKER stolen vehicle recovery and vehicle tracking products to its customers to provide real protection from the devastating effects that loss of vital agricultural and plant equipment can bring.

Alan Samson, Parts Marketing Manager, New Holland, comments, “In partnership with TRACKER, we are enabling our dealers to deliver a solution that combines the latest technology to provide a critical defence against vehicle and machinery theft, as well as a new level of usage and performance information, in order to get the best out of farming and agriculture equipment. TRACKER has an unrivalled reputation as the leader in security and tracking technology, which means we can offer the very best protection against theft.”

Every year, in the UK alone, an estimated £50 million to £70 million worth of plant and agricultural machinery is stolen but only five percent is ever recovered. Rural crime has become so significant that the BBC Country File team has begun an investigation into the issue. Between June 2009 and July 2010 TRACKER recovered over £3.5 million worth of stolen plant and farming equipment in the UK. Staggeringly, 48 per cent of the total plant items it recovered were worth £10,000 or less.

For more information, please contact your local dealer or visit Tracker Section

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