INKAS® coin processing centre is a state of the art coin processing facility capable of handling extremely large volumes of coin. Customers include transit systems, municipalities, businesses, merchants and vendors. Sorting, counting, processing, electronic reports, wrapping, boxing and deposits are some of the coin services offered.

Sorting, Counting, Wrapping

INKAS® offers end-to-end coin processing services to a multitude of organizations and companies nation-wide.

State-Of-The-Art Facility

INKAS® advanced coin processing facility is what ensures accuracy, efficiency and security when dealing with large sums of coinage.

Complete Reporting

INKAS® attempts to maintain maximal transparency and provides its clients with comprehensive reports.

INKAS® offers complete Coin Processing and Distribution Services to a multitude of coin-intensive businesses, including Government Organizations, Municipalities, Financial Institutions, Retail Businesses and Vending Companies.

INKAS® Coin Processing services are comprised of coin verification and reconcilement, sorting, counting, wrapping and coin storage. Within a truly state-of-the-art facility, our coin processing service is very accurate and efficiently carried out.

INKAS® COIN PROCESSING

  • Trained Professionals
  • Unparalleled Accuracy
  • Maximum Risk Management
  • Cost & Time Savings
  • Full Reporting & Disclosure
  • State-of-the-art Secured Facility

FULL-SPECTRUM ARMED & UNARMED SECURITY SERVICES

SEE THE INKAS® DIFFERENCE

WHY OUTSOURCE COIN PROCESSING?

While changes are being enacted to eliminate lower denomination coinage from circulation – coins still account for a large percentage of currency being taken in and distributed at various government, financial and retail outlets all over Canada. As a result, managing coins in large quantities may prove to be a daunting task for many organizations. Specialized equipment, storage facilities, maintenance and operational staff as well as sophisticated reporting systems are all required to adequately process large quantity of coin currency. These are all valid reasons for why it almost always makes more sense to outsource coin processing functions.