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Cash transport and processing

Transporting cash is much more secure and cost-effective if it is conducted by G4S instead of your company’s personnel. The cash processing centre of G4S, which also happens to be one of the most up-to-date ones in Europe, counts, checks, and accurately deposits the transported banknotes and coins into your bank account.

Despite the fact that nowadays most companies work cash-free, there are still plenty of companies, which cannot operate without using cash. For example, commercial establishments, catering facilities, passenger transport businesses, and many more. Dealing with cash means that it is sometimes necessary to bank larger amounts, other times it is necessary to order extra coins and banknotes from the bank. The company’s personnel handling cash transport involves several security risks.

The cash transport service provided by G4S diminishes those risks. Cash is transported by trained and armed security personnel who transport the cash using cars equipped with special security equipment. The cash is placed securely in a safe or a tamper-proof case designed for transporting cash.

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In addition to safety, using the G4S cash transport service is cheaper than manually inserting banknotes into an ATM or delivering them to a bank office. Because the money from the ATM or the bank office is nonetheless transferred to the G4S cash centre, it is more effective to send the notes there directly.

G4S has three cash processing centres – in Tallinn, Tartu, and Jõhvi – where nearly a billion euros is processed every month. About 250 G4S employees handle cash transport and processing, and the cash transport cars cover more than half a million kilometres every year. G4S services more than 750 ATMs, 90 bank offices, and more than 450 legal persons across Estonia.

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Transporting cash entails great security risks and the rules for transporting cash are regulated by the government.

We offer our clients the following services:

  • Transport of cash
  • Transport of the client’s cash to the bank and depositing it on the client’s bank account
  • Cash processing by sorting and counting banknotes, as well as checking for authenticity
  • Transport of cash from the client’s bank account to the client
  • Depositing cash