The prospect for widespread deployment of autonomous beverage delivery trucks is still very much a futuristic one. But there have been significant developments in the past couple of years that bring that future a little bit closer.
The delivery cost of beverages is indeed a complex and difficult project when attempting guidelines or benchmarks for accurately evaluating any bottler’s or distributor’s supply chain activity in real time terms.
As beverage distributors witness heightened consumer expectations for accuracy, efficiency and delivery speed, cart and hand truck solutions meet the laborious challenges today’s delivery personnel face.
At the end of last year the global autonomous last-mile delivery market was expected to reach a total value of nearly $13 billion. By 2030, that number is expected to increase more than seven-fold to $90.21 billion, according to a report titled “2022 Autonomous Last Mile Delivery Market,” published by Allied Market Research.
For Reyes Beer Division, a business unit of Reyes Holdings, L.L.C., based in Rosemont, Ill., it’s the emphasis on employee engagement that it credits for fostering the “succeed as one” culture that it values so much.