Bell and Howell's QuickCollect system helps smaller grocery stores meet consumer expectations for online ordering and store pickup with an easy-to-integrate drive-through module

As online grocery ordering becomes increasingly common, many consumers are hoping to complete their orders without having to leave their car. Manufacturing company Bell and Howell has a solution for those grocers looking to give their customers this type of experience with its QuickCollect system.

The BH QuickCollect modular system is designed to integrate easily, attaching to an existing building or standing alone. The apparatus contains pickup stations for customers to drive into. From there, they can scan their QR code and have their order brought out to them.

Larry Blue, Bell and Howell's CEO, says, “As online shopping continues to grow in popularity and convenience, customers are beginning to expect these types of self-service pickup options.” Accordingly, the QuickCollect system aims to help smaller and medium-sized grocery retailers meet current consumer demand in affordable and feasible ways.

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As online grocery ordering becomes increasingly common, many consumers are hoping to complete their orders without having to leave their car. Manufacturing company Bell and Howell has a solution for those grocers looking to give their customers this type of experience with its QuickCollect system.

The BH QuickCollect modular system is designed to integrate easily, attaching to an existing building or standing alone. The apparatus contains pickup stations for customers to drive into. From there, they can scan their QR code and have their order brought out to them.