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Always keen to lead the way with innovative devices, cash handling experts Volumatic are introducing a brand-new addition to their range of services, called the Secure Cash Trolley. Their new Secure Cash Trolley will help businesses hold cash and keep staff safer while cash is being moved around the shop floor.

The new Volumatic Secure Cash Trolley was developed following a special request for a sturdier and even more secure trolley from one of their leading customers, Tesco. The Volumatic technical team worked closely with the Tesco team to manufacture an innovative design that has the same robust, steel construction which customers expect from Volumatic cash trollies, but with lots of clever new features for safe transportation for cash from point of collection to the cash office.

The Secure Cash Trolley’s intelligent design allows cash or other valuables to be deposited through the top-loading door simply and quickly, but with no access to the cash via the top-loading door once placed inside, preventing any unauthorised removal. Cash can only be accessed from the trolley’s large capacity interior cash compartment via the securely locked side door, which helps businesses with both internal and external shrinkage.

The trolley’s ergonomic design makes it easy for operators to safely manoeuvre and control even when fully loaded with cash. It also boasts side skirts, making the trolley difficult to lift, carry, tip, or drag by would-be thieves, plus unique speed-locking wheels, which engage when the trolley is pushed above normal walking speed. Both features significantly hinder the theft of the cash trolley should a would-be thief try to grab and run off with it, and therefore reduce the risk of attacks on staff.

Volumatic Technical Director Neil Shute, who heads up the team that developed the new Secure Cash Trolley commented: “We are delighted to be launching our new Secure Cash Trolley after spending many months developing all the new features.”

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