TRACKER Network, the UKs market-leading stolen vehicle recovery company has won the coveted Institute of Transport Managements Vehicle Security Company of the Year award for 2004/5. The award is given as recognition of achievements and innovations in technology that provide added efficiency or cost-effectiveness for fleet owners.
Key attributes judged included; contribution to the transport industry, growth and achievement, quality of products, innovativeness, management quality, social responsibility and financial soundness, with TRACKER coming out on top. Patrick Sheedy, ITMs Media and PR Director, said: TRACKER systems are developed using TRACKERs comprehensive experience of what todays driver needs to combat vehicle theft. The refinement and adaptation of their systems makes them a worthy winner.
Parita Patel, TRACKERs marketing and communications manager, said: We are delighted to win this award. The Institute of Transport Management has been a key industry figure since its inception in 1977. We look forward to maintaining our market leading role and contributing to the development of the transport industry.
TRACKER is operated by all 52 of the nations police forces and approved by 36 motor manufacturers. More than 580,000 vehicles in the UK use TRACKER technology. Police have recovered over 12,000 vehicles worth more than 237m since 1993 and made over 1,600 arrests. For more information call TRACKER Network on freephone 0500 090909 or log on to www.TRACKER.co.uk. TRACKER is also available from leading car dealerships and independent authorised retailers.
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