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Tracker moves into profit

STOLEN vehicle recovery system provider Tracker Network has moved into profit in its third year of operation in the UK. The company has reported pre-tax profits for the year to December 31, 1996 of £210,000 compared with l995 losses of £1.613 million. The turnaround from loss to profit was achieved on a 22% increase in turnover up from £8.5 million to £10.4 million.

Operated by police forces nationwide, the Tracker system has recovered vehicles estimated to be worth more than £21 million with more than 650 arrests made.

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