Cleveron launches the world’s first grocery robot with two temperature zones

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Last-mile robotics solutions provider Cleveron has launched Cleveron 501, a new grocery robot that enables grocery pickup in just 20 seconds.

“Cleveron is known for creating innovative click and collect solutions for the world’s biggest retailers. With Cleveron 501, we are going one step further and entering the grocery click and collect market. The principles of our robots remain the same – they will save time for everyone,” said Cleveron’s CEO Arno Kütt. “Time is one of the most valuable resources, and it shouldn’t be wasted queuing in stores or waiting for a courier at home. With Cleveron 501 you can pick up your everyday groceries whenever and wherever it is suitable for you. The potential for grocery robots is also tremendous – grocery delivery can now move closer to the consumers and offer a much-needed service in places where it has previously been unattainable, like in business districts, where there is not enough room for supermarkets.”

Cleveron 501 is available in two temperature zones. The standard model is a single temperature unit with an adjustable internal temperature between +2°C and +25°C (+36°F and +77°F). It also has an optional freezer zone with the controlled temperature of -18°C (0°F). This makes the grocery robot suitable for storing both perishables and frozen food, ensuring the high quality of goods at the moment of pickup by the consumer.

The robot is filled through one user console, so there is no need to walk between different locker doors. The customers can collect their groceries by scanning or entering the order code at the console, after which the robot will present their order. The grocery pickup can be completed in just 20 seconds. Cleveron 501 is available in two sizes, with a maximum hold of up to 276 crates.

To learn more about the new robot, watch the video here.

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