ABANDONED TROLLEYS COST SUPERMARKETS $12000 TO REPAIR & REPLACE

So you see that trolley lying rogue in the void deck?

You see it at the corner of some staircase landing, carpark or taxi stand.

Heck, we even saw it at a BBQ pit!

Do you know that NTUC FairPrice loses about 1,000 trolleys every year in more than 90 of the stores that they operate in? Fairprice spends around $150,000 every year on repairing and recovering trolleys left in random places.

Another supermarket chain, Sheng Siong, loses 90 metal and 180 plastic trolleys each month. This means that $120,000 is loss on just trolleys.

Even the $1 dollar coin deposit for the trolley does not deter the upward trend of abandoned trolleys.

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