The ice and water vending machine business is a multi-billion dollar industry. It is estimated that Americans now buy over $15 billion dollars in bottled water alone. But the industry is in the midst of change as its deals with the environmental issues associated with the hundreds of millions of plastic bottles in our landfills.
The Polar Station® ice and water vending system is environmentally friendly. It purifies and stores water with its eight-stage process, allowing the public to bring their own bulk containers.
Polar Station® provides only purified ice which is a big selling point. The public loves purified ice and ice is a major product that is consumed every day. The old business model of trucking mass-produced bagged ice from a
regional ice plant to the location where it’s sold is costly and outdated.
Polar Station is the modern alternative. With a Polar Station® purified ice and water vending system, you will provide for your customers incredible purified ice and water, all for less money and increased convenience, at a healthy profit.
This is a new market delivery system that is a strong alternative, if not a replacement, to how we used to buy ice and water.
The Latest Feature for Polar Station
Inside the Polar Station® resides the PolarTech management system which is a full touch screen panel that allows the owner or technician to: Monitor and operate the function of every sensor, bill validator, coin mechanism, motor or pump. Reset any vend process. Track sales. Monitor each vend function. Vend any product. Adjust and
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