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SecurePost erhöht Sicherheit an Shell Tankstellen in der Schweiz

Sicherheit hat bei Shell oberste Priorität. Um die Tankstellen noch sicherer zu machen, wird die Shell (Switzerland) AG jetzt mit SecurePost an Shell-eigenen Stationen so genannte SecureCubes installieren. Damit wird das Bargeldvolumen in den Kassen und das Überfallrisiko zukünftig reduziert.

Das Tankstellenpersonal nimmt die Bargeldnoten aus der Kasse und führt sie in das Gerät ein. Dort werden sie automatisch auf Echtheit geprüft und abgelegt. Das Gerät hat eine integrierte Alarmfunktion und einen Tinteneinfärbemechanismus, der die Geldscheine bei gewaltsamen Öffnen kenntlich und damit unbrauchbar macht. Der Abtransport der Banknoten erfolgt durch die SecurePost. Auch das erhöht die Sicherheit für das Tankstellenpersonal.

«Wie sind stets bemüht, die Sicherheit auf den Stationen für unsere Kunden und unsere Mitarbeitenden weiter zu erhöhen. SecureCube ist eine innovative Lösung den Bargeldtransfer zu sichern. Wir werden die Geräte bis Ende Mai schrittweise an allen Shell-eigenen Tankstellen installieren», so Michael Sommer, Stellvertretender National Retail Manager der Shell (Switzerland) AG.

«Als Verantwortlicher der Dienstleistung SecureCube ist es mir und der SecurePost eine grosse Ehre, diese Zusammenarbeit gewonnen zu haben», sagt André Forrer von der SecurePost AG. «Es ist aber auch eine immense Verantwortung die Umsetzung sowie die Bewirtschaftung der SecureCubes mit Shell zu operationalisieren. Wir werden dieses innovative Konzept professionell, effizient und vertrauenswürdig über die nächsten Wochen implementieren. Ich freue mich sehr, wenn wir zusammen mit der Shell Schweiz die Sicherheit sowie das Cash Management vor Ort weiter perfektionieren».

PRESSEKONTAKT:

Shell (Switzerland) AG

Karin Lodewick

+41 41 769 4093

Karin.Lodewick@shell.com

 

SecurePost AG

André Forrer

+41 58 448 1448

Andre.Forrer@post.ch

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