A new machine, in which a robot is the one who serves the customer yogurt of your choice, is the new attraction at the Econo supermarket Cayey.
This is an innovative network of frozen yogurt Reis & Irvy’s brand, which is shipped through robotic machines. The company Robofusion, creator of this concept has three models of machines: “The Cube”, “The Kiosk” or “The Factory”.
“The business model Robufusion, appeals to the businessman who recognized that in this new economy, we must seek new growth opportunities. The yogurt market is growing and every day more consumers who opt for this alternative, “said Jerry Arias, director of PR and Robofusion Reis & Irvy’s.
According to Arias, the benefits of which include Robofusion system requires minimal maintenance, easy to clean and only has to stock up once a day. In addition, owners can monitor sales of the machine, either in cash or credit card at the time and through the internet.
“Econo we continue to innovate and provide new services to our customers. He invited all area consumers who visit us and live the experience of a great yogurt for $ 3.50. “said for his part, Jose Vega, Econo partner Cayey.
The machine was installed in Cayey is the median, type “The Kiosk”, which delivers a maximum of 45 services per hour in yogurt containers 12 ounces. Each service takes up to 60 seconds to prepare. This can be a service of a flavor or combine up to 3 flavors and add up to two stops covers the six offered. Each of the models of the machines has 9 flavors of yogurt and up to six stops for combining said Arias.
Arias added that the space required for the placement of the robots machines varies from 12, 24 and 48 square feet, depending on the model you choose. All machines receive product distribution, technical support and training to use. Projections is to have about 20 robots Reis & Irvy’s at the end of 2015.
“The median machine” The Kiosk “which was installed at the Econo Supermarket Cayey, delivering up to 45 services per hour in yogurt containers 12 ounces. Each service takes up to 60 seconds to prepare. This can be a service of a flavor or combine up to 3 flavors and add up to two stops covers the six offered.
Each of the models of the machines has 9 flavors of yogurt and up to 6 stops to combine, “Arias said.
CEO and Co-founder of Robofusion Inc., Allan Jones, traveled to Puerto Rico for this release.
For more information about the different robotic machines yogurt and acquisition www.robofusionpr.com visit.