RICHMOND, British Columbia -- T&T Supermarkets here, a 12-store Asian-oriented chain, is using battery-powered mobile point-of-sale carts in food courts, in parking lots for special promotions, and as extra checkouts. T&T has been using seven carts at two Toronto locations since July, moving them between stores to make the most of peak periods. They have also been employed at stores in Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver. The carts, from PowerCart Systems, Markham, Ontario, incorporate ...

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