Water Vending Business Booming
Terry Wilson, Managing Partner of Fresh Ice & Water (www.FreshIceAndWater.com) says: "Can you imagine investing in a business where people actually stand in line to give you money? Well, that is exactly what the water and ice vending machine business is.”
The water and ice vending machines business has been growing every year, reporting billions of dollars in annual sales. The majority of those sales are coming from large filtered water stations at big stores like Wal-Mart and ice sales from what is referred to as the “Ice Box” which can be seen sitting outside most convenience stores or gas stations. Until just the last few years, these were the two main places where the typical buyer of filtered water and bagged ice could shop. Now, there are ice and water vending machines popping up everywhere. These ice and water vending machines make the ice and filter the water on site and deliver it fresh. Some of the ice vending machines offer bulk vending so that the buyer can fill up a cooler. Some also give filtered water size options from one to five gallons.
Terry Wilson went on to say: "Like with any business, there are a lot of details to manage and secrets to learn. This is why many of the buyers of our large high volume ice and water vending machines wanted us to offer the smaller volume, less expensive system. This allows them to have access to the strong double digit return potential for about 25% of what the large, high volume systems cost.”
The ice and water vending business is changing. It is likely that within the next few years, all ice and water vending will be done by these kinds of machines exclusively. They do produce a superior product, for about half the money, and they are available 24/7/375. The old ice box delivery system has some very specific problems. Many of the ice boxes are locked after a certain time of night and in some neighborhoods, they are locked all of the time. This requires the ice buyer to go into the store and get the clerk to unlock the box. Health experts now advise against buying water that has been packaged in a plastic container because it could have absorbed chemicals from the plastic from sitting in it for days, weeks, or months. The fresh Ice and water vending machines remove all of the negative factors surrounding the buying of ice and water the old way add no negative factors of their own.
To learn more, go to: http://www.FreshIceAndWater.com or call (214) 444-3452.
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