Trolley Loss Prevention

Hundreds of millions of dollars nationwide is also spent on keeping trolleys on store grounds, equating to a rise in grocery bills to Australian households annually. The Australian retailer industry spends hundreds of millions of dollars a year in the retrieval, repair and replacement of trolleys. Trolley theft is a costly and growing issue amongst grocery and department store retailers. With each trolleys costing upwards of $150 each, it is more important now than ever before to implement a proven and reliable way to maintain a trolley fleet.

Aside from the cost issues to the retailer, stolen and abandoned trolleys can become a dangerous and unsightly community and local council problem as well as causing hazard to the environment when found in waterways causing a build-up of debris and restrict water flow. Hundreds of millions of dollars nationwide is also spent on keeping trolleys on store grounds, equating to a rise in grocery bills to Australian households annually.

Traditionally, retail theft prevention has been focussed on merchandise in stores. Retailers can now complement their retail loss strategy with trolley theft prevention solutions that contribute positively to the store’s bottom line.