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Press release October 9, 2009

Construction Industry Theft Solutions (CITS) Conference Tuesday November 3rd 2009, JCB Rocester, Staffordshire.

The fifth annual Construction Industry Theft Solutions (CITS) conference is a must for all concerned with plant, site and staff safety and security in the construction and related industries. The conference will be held on Tuesday November 3rd 2009 at JCB Rocester in Staffordshire. 

In-keeping with its status as the premier source of up-to-date information on the subject 16 of the leading suppliers of plant security products, plant hire and service providers have confirmed their attendance as exhibitors at this important conference. 

Exhibitors include:

  • Datatag ID Ltd-Conference sponsor
  • Allsite Security Limited
  • Ashtead Plant Hire Company
  • Automatrics
  • Clarke Construction Security Ltd
  • Garic
  • JCB Insurance Services
  • JCB Service
  • Kosran ECV Ltd
  • MF Hydraulics
  • Quartix
  • Satrak UK Ltd
  • Selectamark Security Systems
  • TER
  • Thatcham
  • Tracker 

Delegate tickets are still available for the half-day conference and they can be easily and conveniently booked on-line at 

Delegate tickets cost £95.00 each, with a discounted rate of £89.00 for members of the CEA, AEA and CPA. A donation of £3.00 for each ticket sold will be given to the Lighthouse Club, the construction industry charity. 


Issued by Dark Arts Marketing Limited on behalf of CITS.

Contact John Bradley. [email protected]  01332 856323 or 07872 600 868

Or Faye Coton. [email protected] 01332 856999 or 07855 053 081


CITS is a not-for-profit body with unpaid board members from across the construction industry. It represents members in discussions with other like-minded bodies and is recognised by The Home Office Plant Theft Action Group (PTAG).

CITS aims to reduce plant theft within the construction industry by encouraging the adoption of ‘best practice’ to defeat the criminal. It seeks to engage all sectors of the industry to make plant theft more difficult and unattractive to criminals. CITS does not approve individual security devices or systems nor allow its logo to be used by companies to support sales.

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