Key management for cash boxes is time consuming and cumbersome, especially in ‘multi-run’ operations. Mactwin has reinvented key management to be fast, secure and convenient.
A good cashbox has sensors that detect unauthorized opening (breaking, grinding, ramming, immersion), whereafter the box activates. When selecting a cashbox, it is important to consider which sensors are used and how they can be configured. The trick is to configure these sensors in such a way that they do not send an activation signal in daily (clumsy) use. In addition to activation by sensors (in the event of sabotage), cashboxes can also be intentionally activated.
Reducing - or rather minimizing - the number of physical attacks on CIT operations requires an integrated and preventive approach. We firmly believe that removing the expectation of a reward is the most important measure in order to reduce the number of physical attacks on CIT operations. Removing the expectation of a reward is done by degrading the cash inside the cashbox, making it worthless. However, this is only effective if the degradation is distinctive ánd irreversible.
attacks on Cash in Transit operations are still taking place. Especially when the CIT officer moves from his vehicle to a customer location is a risk. Discouraging the criminal is crucial to reduce these types of attacks. The best way is to take away the expectation of a reward by unmistakably and irreversibly degrade the cash inside the cashbox. Cash degradation can be done with ink and with High Energy (heat). They both degrade the cash, but differ when it comes to unmistakebly and irreversibility.