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Glory und Sesami dominate the global market for cash handling solutions

Retailers are increasingly turning to cash handling automation. According to a recent study by British analyst group RBR, the number of cash handling systems installed in retailers' stores increased by more than 20 per cent between the end of 2019 and 2022, to more than 900,000 devices worldwide.

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Pan Oston acquires Swiss hardware provider 4POS

Following many years of cooperation, Dutch instore technology provider Pan Oston has taken over all shares of Swiss POS hardware specialist 4POS AG as of 1 December 2022. Both companies will nevertheless continue to serve the European market under their own brands and with their respective employees.

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Lidl brings self-checkouts with 4POS and GK to Germany

Lidl is now also introducing self-checkouts in Germany. With Swiss hardware specialist 4POS and its software supplier GK, Lidl is embarking on a platform strategy using the same standard components as at its attended checkouts. Cash payment is possible at all devices: thanks to cash recyclers from Glory.

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Henderson Group automates cash handling with Glory

Henderson Group, operator of Spar stores in Northern Ireland, is investing more in cash automation using systems from Glory. Following successful initial steps, the number of outlets with a closed cash cycle will be doubled.

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Deutsche Bahn tests convenience vending machines with Glory and Bite Delite

At two commuter stations in the greater Munich area, Deutsche Bahn is testing convenience vending machines from Glory with high-quality goods from Munich-based specialist Bite Delite. The stock is managed centrally taking the sell-by-dates into account. Commuters can reserve goods from a responsive website and pay in advance.

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dm automates cash processes with Glory

Drugstore company dm optimises cash handling in the cash office with systems from Glory. The retailer has already equipped 1,000 stores with CI-100 cash recycling devices from the Japanese specialist supplier.

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Reta Award 2021: These are the best retail technology projects

A nine-member independent jury has selected this year's winners of the Reta Awards on behalf of the EHI Retail Institute. Winners in five categories include retail companies such as E.Leclerc, Edeka, Fressnapf, Ikea, Rewe, Salling Group and Tegut.

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Independent Edeka shop owner automates scanning at the checkout with Itab

Edeka Meyer's offers customers a new and efficient type of checkout. In its newly opened store at Freesen Center in the city of Neumünster, the retailer has deployed two Itab ScanMate self-checkout systems.

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