UK Retailers Tackling Theft

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Figures released shows that UK retailers lost almost £11bn annually due to shrinkage, whether that be internal or external theft. The UK was top of this list out of 11 other countries surveyed in Europe.

The survey, conducted by Crime&tech, indicated shrinkage cost retailers £10.96bn in 2017.

Previous studies by Checkpoint shows that UK retailers suffered 1000+ incidents of shop lifting each day during 2018.

In 2018 it is also said that £3.09bn was spent to combat £7.86bn worth of shrinkage across Europe.

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