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The Benefits of Our Dumpster Caddy
The difficult, labor-intensive task of moving waste containers poses a persistent issue for workplace productivity and cleanliness. From manufacturing plants to apartment complexes, businesses need a solution for quickly, efficiently moving dumpst... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
Introducing the Chain Drive Cart Caddy
How many of your employees does it take to move 50,000 pounds worth of product? If you’re using the Chain Drive CartCaddy from DJ Products, the answer is only one. This heavy-duty tug is one of the most powerful in our line of battery-powered mate... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
Is Radio Frequency the Next Big Thing for Warehouses?
Barcode scanning revolutionized distribution center and warehouse operations by automating functions such as receiving that had previously been done manually. As the technology celebrates its 40th birthday, the industry is looking for the systems ... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
The Barcode Turns Forty What Will Replace It
Do you remember when barcode scanning was the new cutting-edge technology for distribution center operations? It’s hard to believe, but that was 40 years ago. As the industry considers new systems such as radio frequency that may take its place, i... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
How To Save Your Business Money
Today’s business climate of increased competition and economic uncertainty makes fiscal responsibility more important than ever. Labor costs are usually the largest part of a company’s budget, with workers compensation claims falling under that um... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
Three Considerations before Buying a Cart Caddy
Are you ready to upgrade from traditional fork lifts and pallet jacks? DJ Products and Team Cart Caddy have a selection of electric-powered tugs and tows that can accommodate any material or vehicle handling needs. Finding the right solution for y... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
Upcoming Material Handling Conventions
With the rapid pace of change in the material handling field, it can be a monumental task to keep up with the latest news. Why not make plans to attend one of the industry conferences and trade shows? You’ll have access to hundreds of resources in... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
Improve Warehouse Efficiency With Cart Movers
Moving carts throughout your warehouse, even ones mounted on wheels, is a cumbersome and time-consuming task. Traditional equipment like forklifts no longer fit current material handling needs. Improve efficiency and worker safety with one of the ... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
Material Handling Education Foundation Supports Higher Learning
Material handling, logistics and supply chain are cornerstones of today’s business world. Companies continually seek improvement in these areas to achieve maximum profitability without sacrificing safety and environmental concerns. The Material Ha... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
Highlighting the Cart Caddy Roll Pusher
Heavy, bulky boxes and crates are difficult enough to move around a warehouse or workplace. How do you handle round products like paper rolls and spools that can turn on their own? Enter the CartCaddy Roll Pusher from DJ Products. Our Roll Pusher ... [from DJ Products, Inc.]

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Cart Pushers

Shopping cart pusher systems are a labor savings device for gathering and recycling shopping carts. The traditional method of collecting shopping carts in a retail operation consists of hourly employees toiling with hard work, incurring aches and pains, risking possible injury, and they are doing so in weather conditions ranging from 40 below to 110 degrees in rain, sleet, snow, and sun.

The shopping cart pusher job is easily the most disliked job in the store. The cart pusher employee knows there are many other jobs in town that provide better working environments and much less strenuous work at the same wage than the cart pusher job. Until now, the hard work and drudgery is eliminated when using a shopping cart system.

Shopping Cart Pusher

The shopping cart pusher attaches to the back of the line of shopping carts and can push up to 50 shopping cats. The operator attaches the shopping cart pusher to the back of the line of shopping carts, he then stands at the front of the train of carts with one hand steering the line of carts and the other hand using a remote control device that operates the shopping cart system.

The motorized cart pushes the line of shopping carts from behind, following the direction that the operator steers as he guides them from the front. Once he gets to the front of the retail store, he heads back out to the parking lot with the shopping cart mover to collect more carts.
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