Choosing The Best Shopping Option for Your Store

Store layouts are conducive to different shopping experiences. The uniqueness of a store can determine whether you offer customers shopping carts, baskets, or basket carts… a hybrid of the two!

When A Shopping Cart is Too Big

Some stores are too small for the standard shopping cart. While the potential for providing them is always there, in this situation, a cart may end up doing more harm than good. Shopping carts take up large amounts of space, can block narrow aisles, and may be difficult to maneuver throughout compact store setups. Large carts in smaller stores have the potential to negatively impact the shopping experience.

What’s Right For Your Store

Even with the above proving true, the majority of shoppers desire something bigger than a basket when running errands. The absence of shopping carts doesn’t have to inhibit your store’s sales and customer satisfaction, though. Providing basket carts, a hybrid of the two, can be the right solution for your store.

Basket Carts

If you know that the average shopper comes through your store and plans on buying more than what will comfortably fit in a basket, consider purchasing basket carts as a compromise that will benefit a small store’s layout as well as a customer’s satisfaction when shopping.

A basket cart is a smaller version of push cart with upper and lower sections that are approximately the size of a basket, hence the name. These carts are a great solution for this all too common dilemma.

Good L Corporation

When it comes to the basket cart, Good L Corporation offers you options. As a store owner, you are able to choose between our Big & Standard Basket Carts or our Double Steel Basket Carts. The Big & Standard option allows previously existing baskets to be placed within the cart frame while the other option is all steel. Contact Good L Corporation for quality baskets, shopping carts, and basket carts made in the USA.