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Spinnaker – world leaders in intelligent cash protection solutions, designed and manufactured in Cornwall, South West England.
Over 50,000 cash and asset protection systems in daily use around the world safeguarding the cash in transit, banking and retail sectors.
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The Bloodhound SSC will attempt to smash the world land speed record attempt by travelling 1,000mph.
Learn how Spinnaker is contributing to this project.
Amazon has been trialling a new retail experience, ‘Amazon Go’. This purports to eliminate the need to wait in line, one just swipes into the store, grabs their items and leaves. The shopping basket total is automatically debited from the user’s payment details.
This concept …
The Bloodhound SSC and support vehicle fleet will be using Spinnaker’s unique tracking technology as part of their low speed testing later this year.
The Bloodhound will be visiting Newquay later in 2017 in order to conduct low speed systems testing. As part of that testing, …
Dedicated Bitcoin ATMs (BTM) are apparently now an established ‘thing’. These dedicated machines allow users to exchange cash for the virtual currency, or redeem bitcoins against prepaid vouchers.
There currently around 951 BTMs in use globally, with an estimated 36,000 kiosk and ATM locations that offer the …
Loomis AB has entered into an agreement to acquire 100% of Belgian CIT provider, Cobelguard in a deal valued at twelve million euro.
This acquisition will give Loomis around 20% of the cash market in Belgium, with the majority held by G4S.