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Improve Your Warehouse?s Efficiency with These Tips
Small changes in warehouse management can quickly add up to a major boost in productivity. Here are some crucial tips to improve warehouse efficiency day in and day out: Update your Management Software Nobody should be relying on pen and paper or ... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
Material Handling Product Sales Are Booming ? All The Way to 2018
The proper material handling equipment helps companies operate more efficiently and protects employees from accidents and back injuries. It reduces the damage that can occur to materials during movement and storage. Increased competitiveness in al... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
Practical Tips for Warehouse Managers
Have you heard of management by wandering around? Just like it sounds, the tactic involves randomly walking around to learn about your employees and the productivity of your workplace. For warehouse managers, this tactic holds particularly fruitfu... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
What?s the Most Expensive Employee Injury?
Employers have tons of incentive to worry about workplace injury: in addition to employee welfare, getting hurt on the job costs employers billions every year. When you think about employee injuries, you might think about scary incidents like fing... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
Workman?s Compensation Trends
Watching the trends and staying aware of changes in laws can help businesses plan how to prevent injuries and prepare for the risk of workman?s compensation claims. Here?s a roundup of trends in the news regarding workers? comp: Safety measures he... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
Upcoming Material Handling Conventions
We help you stay on top of your game with cart caddies to improve your warehouse and facility productivity and safety. Industry conferences help you get ahead of the curve by connecting with industry leaders to discover new techniques, best practi... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
A Light Cart Caddy To Do Big Jobs
Good things come in small packages, and when it comes to healthcare material handling solutions they don’t come smaller and better than the CartCaddyLite from DJ Products. This compact electric puller is mighty enough to allow a single employee to... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
A Light Cart Caddy To Do Big Jobs
When you think of workplace back injuries from hauling heavy weights, you might picture burly staff in a warehouse or at a construction site. In reality, almost anyone can suffer back and spine related injuries on the job?especially when pulling o... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
Decrease Worker Injuries While Increasing Productivity
People can accomplish more when supported by a safe and comfortable work environment. If your worksite requires employees to exert significant strength and energy, an investment in ergonomic products will pay off with better health and better prod... [from DJ Products, Inc.]
Highlighting the Roll Pusher
Moving square and rectangular objects around your warehouse can be difficult enough. How do you handle round items like rolls and spools? Our CartCaddy Roll Pusher takes the awkwardness out of transporting these often troublesome objects. The size... [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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