Fastcorp to Develop Non-Frozen Robotic Vending Technology

Fastcorp, LLC has declared that in addition to its existing Evolution frozen vendor it has been authorized to develop, promote and sell both frozen ad non-frozen vacuum robotic vending machines.

Todd Piatnik, Fastcorp’s President has stated that that they had made an agreement to deploy their consistent and adaptive vacuum robotic technology for developing multifarious vending applications, thereby enabling the company to expand its production of several vending machines outside the frozen arena. He said that their company had been researching on revamping and enhancing the existing robotic vending machines for the last few years for making it more consistent and energy efficient.

Piatnik added that they had decided to leverage this technology for non-frozen vending applications including cold beverages, snacks etc which are presently carried out by means of shelf machine and conventional spiral technologies. He mentioned that this initiative can probably address various new retail vending applications which cannot be achieved by current traditional vending technology. He added that many packaged goods companies had approached them and the building of non-frozen robotic vending machines with fewer moving components has been instigated, thereby serving as a global major development platform for their company.

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