How to increase protection and cut costs for CIT operations

Getting cash from a to b is a tricky business. The cargo is desirable and requires planning and extensive security protocols to transport. To deter criminals from attempting to rob a CIT vehicle, reinforced walls and locks as well as alarms are often applied. But reinforced walls increase the vehicle’s weight significantly, adding costs in form of increased pressure on the engine, increased fuel consumption and wear on suspension and tires.

Vehicles are commonly reinforced with steel armour. Due to the wide availability of power tools, which can penetrate thick steel walls in minutes, this kind of armour offers a false sense of security. The walls need to be rather thick to halt power tools from getting through, which is expensive in itself. With the costs derived from fuel consumption and wear, perhaps it’s time to look elsewhere? Not least due to the environmental aspects.

Light, smart and reliable.

Instead of going for heavy steel armour, you can mount our anti-cut panels in your CIT vehicles. They’re designed to stop power tools by tangling them up, often causing them to stall or even their engine to break. Our anti-cut panels are available in several different qualities and we tailor them to your blueprints, which makes installation quick and easy.

The anti-cut panels light weight mean that tires, suspension and engine are spared and fuel consumption will not rise considerably. This affects your carbon footprint by savings in fuel, tires and suspension as well as cost-savings thanks to less visits to the repair shop.