Heavy Construction Equipment and Building Machinery Theft , Security Advice & Registration Organisations
How to check that your plant and heavy construction equipment is not reported stolen
It’s estimated that less than 25% of stolen construction equipment is recovered each year.
The theft of heavy plant equipment and construction machinery is growing and despite increased security and modern technology it is still unlikely that any stolen equipment will be recovered by overstretched and underfunded law enforcement organisations.
As well as the police and government agencies there are also private companies and specialist organisations that have grown to help you as a owner or potential buyer to ensure that the best precautions are taken to prevent the theft that details of stolen plant and correctly recorded should it be stolen or recovered and that buyers do not spend money on equipment that is stolen or had its identity changed.
The organisations listed below are there to record and assist in the registraion reoorting and recovery of stolen plant and also provide the most upto date information and advice on protecting your investment.
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Protect Your Plant & Construction Equipment
Registration & Checking Services
United Kingdom and the EU
TER (The Equipment Register) is Europe’s largest database of plant and equipment
TER assists the police and law enforcement agencies with the identification and recovery of stolen plant and equipment. their aim is to reduce equipment theft by keeping accurate records of plant ownership – register your agricultural and construction items, so they can return them to you in the case of theft.
Equipment & Registration Scheme to the Construction & Agricultural Industry
Select a mark Security Systems plc
Construction Plant Hire Association
National Equipment Register
545 Washington Boulevard
Jersey City, NJ,