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ShopRite Unveils QuickCollect GO! Pod Grocery Pickup

ShopRite Unveils QuickCollect GO! Pod Grocery Pickup

Keasbey, New Jersey-based ShopRite is the first grocer on the East Coast to unveil the new QuickCollect GO! pod, where shoppers can pick up their online ShopRite grocery orders from a temperature-controlled outdoor pickup pod. 

The QuickCollect GO! pod is a smart grocery retrieval system that can hold ambient, refrigerated and frozen foods, and customers’ entire grocery orders are available for pickup in one solution. 

This free-standing pod is now available at the ShopRite located in New Rochelle, New York. 

“The QuickCollect GO! pod will make it even easier for our shoppers at the New Rochelle store to pick up their online orders,” said Steve Savas, president of Shop-Rite Supermarkets Inc., which operates ShopRite stores in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and the Hudson Valley and Capital Region in New York.

“It’s self-checkout and pickup for online orders that’s done right outside the store. We are excited to be the first grocer on the East Coast with this technology,” he said.

The QuickCollect GO! pod uses robotic automation that allows secure delivery and retrieval of online orders anytime. 

The first totes start dispensing to the guest in under one minute, reducing the wait time for customers picking up their online orders.

Developed by Bell and Howell, a provider of automated e-commerce pickup solutions, the QuickCollect GO! pod  uses next-generation automation, and intelligent software to ready orders placed at shoprite.com for pickup. 

The pod keeps orders safe and secure until the customer picks them up with their unique pickup code. When items are ready, customers receive a text containing a QR code to scan on the console screen, which brings the order to the customer pickup portal, allowing access to their pre-ordered groceries. 

The intuitive interface and consumer-focused designs facilitate contactless, fast and easy experiences.

“Retailers like ShopRite recognize that consumer convenience and fulfillment efficiency are critical to the next level of e-commerce. Our data shows that consumers enjoy the convenience of this new individual automated curbside pickup with our QuickCollect GO! pod,” said Larry Blue, president and CEO of Bell and Howell.

ShopRite is the registered trademark of Wakefern Food Corp. With nearly 280 ShopRite supermarkets located throughout New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware and Maryland, the retailer serves millions of customers each week. 

BH QuickCollect Solutions, powered by Bell and Howell, is a provider of automated e-commerce order pickup, return and order processing solutions in North America with over 1,800 deployments enabling grocers, retailers, and pharmacies to optimize their e-commerce fulfillment operations.  

For more information, visit bellhowell.net.

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