Metal theft gets tougher
TALLINN - Estonian Police and Border Guard Board representatives and companies concluded a cooperation agreement on Dec. 10 to start marking objects made of metal, in order to fight and prevent theft of metal pieces that thieves then sell for scrap metal, reports Postimees.
The companies that are participating in the project have started using the SelectaDNA technology, in the course of which a unique DNA is synthesized for a company or its products, which is then applied to that object. Ev ...
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