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SecurePost améliore la sécurité des stations-service Shell en Suisse

Pour Shell, la sécurité a la plus haute priorité . Afin de rendre ses propres stations-service encore plus sûres, Shell (Switzerland) SA y installera, en collaboration avec SecurePost, des « SecureCubes ». Ceux--ci permettent de réduire la quantité d’espèces dans les caisses et par conséquent les risques d’attaques à main armée.

Le personnel des stations-service retire les billets de banque de la caisse pour les introduire dans l’appareil. Celui-ci les contrôle et les classe automatiquement. L’appareil dispose d’une alarme intégrée et d’un mécanisme de coloration à l’encre qui marque les billets et les rend inutilisables en cas d’ouverture forcée. SecurePost prend en charge le ramassage et le transport des billets de banque. Ce service augmente encore la sécurité du personnel des stations-service.

« Nous nous efforçons constamment d’augmenter la sécurité de nos stations-service, pour nos clients comme pour nos collaborateurs. SecureCube représente une solution novatrice pour le transfert d’espèces en toute sécurité. D’ici fin mai, nous installerons peu à peu les appareils dans toutes nos propres stations-service », explique Michael Sommer, National Retail Manager adjoint de Shell (Switzerland) SA.

« En ma qualité de responsable du service SecureCube, SecurePost et moi-même sommes fiers et honorés d’avoir conclu cette collaboration », affirme André Forrer de SecurePost SA. « Mais concrétiser la mise en place et l’exploitation des SecureCubes chez Shell constitue aussi une responsabilité énorme. Au cours des prochaines semaines, nous comptons implémenter ce concept novateur de façon professionnelle, efficace et fiable. Je suis ravi de pouvoir perfectionner encore davantage, en coopération avec Shell Suisse, la sécurité et la gestion de caisse dans les stations. »

CONTACT PRESSE:

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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