CILS Labels Have Been Adopted as Part of an Anti-theft Initiative

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CILS Labels Have Been Adopted as Part of an Anti-theft Initiative
CILS Labels Have Been Adopted as Part of an Anti-theft Initiative

Pioneered together with the Lincolnshire Police, CILS-8800B labels have been adopted as part of an anti-theft initiative, for being "virtually impossible" to remove. Members of the public apply the high-visibility "STOP" labels to horse boxes, trailers and agricultural vehicles to authorise the police to verify the driver's identity late at night, when most theft occurs. CILS-8800B labels are ideal for all security applications and resist abrasion, weathering, oils and fuels, temperatures -40°C to +120°C, etc.

Posted on December 17, 2015 - (672 views)
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