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Clancy signs up for anti-theft registration

Utilities contractor will install ownership information plates in its fleet

Utilities contractor Clancy Docwra has signed up to the Cesar plant registration scheme and will install Cesar plates on all its eligible fleet.

The scheme, supported by the police and run by the Construction Equipment Association, comprises unique five-digit numbers for each machine, displayed on distinctive triangular plates.

The number enables police, port authorities and other agencies to easily identify machine owners. The plates contain a transponder that brings up detailed ownership information when ‘swiped’ by a hand-held scanner.