SOLUTIONS FOR URBAN FOOD DELIVERY:

Food & Retail Home Delivery

With Paxster for Urban Food and Retail, your supermarket, grocery store, restaurant, dark-kitchen, café, or delivery company will have a future-proof workhorse to get home deliveries running like clockwork. Read on to learn more about how Paxster can serve your business. 

AN OPTIMAL SOLUTION

The all-electric vehicle is tailored-made for highly efficient, low-cost, and reliable food delivery operations in cities and local communities. 

The optional temperature-controlled booth space help ensure hot and cool items arrive crisp and fresh to consumers and advanced onboard technology lets you easily enhance your consumers’ shopping experience. Possibilities include live locations, push notifications, custom triggers, temperature logs, and much more. The Food and Retail version of Paxster ultimately enables you to meet both current and future demands of consumers, cities, and the environment in an eye-catching and highly productive fashion.

Premier Morley, a concept store in the Premiere Franchise delivers food-to-go and groceries with their “Premier Paxster” inside 30 minutes from the order is placed. “It’s green and efficient” says store owner Ajay. 

FOOD DELIVERY WILL EXPAND AND GROW

Demand for delivery services has surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, as consumers self-isolate and restaurants close. Technological advances and shifting consumer expectations have further contributed to a rapid increase in the number of food and retail businesses offering home delivery services, either using in-house distribution (business to consumer) or third parties (platform to consumer).

Significant investments are being made into optimizing and creating easy-to-use online or in-app purchase methods combined with efforts to shorten delivery times. Some of the best supermarkets are now down to only 20 minutes!

The change is also facilitating new business models, such as dark kitchens which are delivery-only food businesses. Currently, more than 100 dark kitchens operate in London alone.

According to Research and Markets, the global food and retail home delivery service market is expected to grow from USD 23.539 million in 2018 to more than USD 98.000 million in 2027.

NEW TRENDS, NEW CHALLENGES

While these changes present major opportunities in the industry, they also present a range of new issues to deal with for urban food and retail businesses.

A key issue for those working with home delivery is the dilemma between a cost-effective distribution and consumer expectations towards short lead times. It is easier to have effective distribution if you can increase the lead time or delivery frequency. But all major trends (and especially amongst urban millennials) point in the direction of a need for shorter lead times.

Premier Store Morley (UK) is successfully managing this expectation with great in-app technology and ideal vehicles such as Paxster to ensure cost-effective delivery within 20 minutes from order. 

THE LOGISTICAL PROBLEM

Major cities have been the epicenter of this development, and the rise in e-commerce is creating a surge in last-mile home deliveries.

This surge further contributes to an already existing problem known to modern cities, with high traffic, local emissions, noise pollution, and available parking spaces. Many cities are now trying to mitigate these problems with emission-free zones (LES, ULEZ), tolls, and by restricting traffic flows, without properly addressing the logistical needs of the companies located inside these areas.

Taking all this together and combining it with our experience from other urban and last-mile applications, Paxster arm its customers with the solution, including tools, data, and support needed to meet current and future business requirements, consumer expectations, and city regulations.

Have any questions? Contact us via Chat or by submitting the form below.

AT A GLANCE

Learn about all the smart details of our vehicle on the Product Pages.

SOCIAL FEED:

Welcome to “Floki”, the newest member of the Skandl Fjord delivery team. Floki is an ALL ELECTRIC Paxster, designed and built by cool elves in the Norwegian mountains- or so we understand. The Paxster is just part of our commitment at Skandl Fjord to keep fish swimming, glaciers cold and the London air pure. Thank you to all of our chef and restaurant partners for joining us on this journey into greener waters 🌍

We answer 7 common conserns when considering Paxster as part of your fleet. 

Our configurator let's you build the ideal Paxster online. Save your configuration or ask for a quote. You can even book a free trial for your business.

SOLUTIONS FOR URBAN FOOD DELIVERY:

Food & Retail Home Delivery

With Paxster for Urban Food and Retail, your supermarket, grocery store, restaurant, dark-kitchen, café, or delivery company will have a future-proof workhorse to get home deliveries running like clockwork. Read on to learn more about how Paxster can serve your business. 

AN OPTIMAL SOLUTION

The all-electric vehicle is tailored-made for highly efficient, low-cost, and reliable food delivery operations in cities and local communities. 

The optional temperature-controlled booth space help ensure hot and cool items arrive crisp and fresh to consumers and advanced onboard technology lets you easily enhance your consumers’ shopping experience. Possibilities include live locations, push notifications, custom triggers, temperature logs, and much more. The Food and Retail version of Paxster ultimately enables you to meet both current and future demands of consumers, cities, and the environment in an eye-catching and highly productive fashion.

HIGHLIGHTS

Premier Morley, a concept store in the Premiere Franchise delivers food-to-go and groceries with their “Premier Paxster” inside 30 minutes from the order is placed. “It’s green and efficient” says store owner Ajay. 

FOOD DELIVERY WILL EXPAND AND GROW

Demand for delivery services has surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, as consumers self-isolate and restaurants close. Technological advances and shifting consumer expectations have further contributed to a rapid increase in the number of food and retail businesses offering home delivery services, either using in-house distribution (business to consumer) or third parties (platform to consumer).

Significant investments are being made into optimizing and creating easy-to-use online or in-app purchase methods combined with efforts to shorten delivery times. Some of the best supermarkets are now down to only 20 minutes!

The change is also facilitating new business models, such as dark kitchens which are delivery-only food businesses. Currently, more than 100 dark kitchens operate in London alone.

According to Research and Markets, the global food and retail home delivery service market is expected to grow from USD 23.539 million in 2018 to more than USD 98.000 million in 2027.

Our configurator let's you build the ideal Paxster online. Save your configuration or ask for a quote. You can even book a free trial for your business.

NEW TRENDS, NEW CHALLENGES

While these changes present major opportunities in the industry, they also present a range of new issues to deal with for urban food and retail businesses.

A key issue for those working with home delivery is the dilemma between a cost-effective distribution and consumer expectations towards short lead times. It is easier to have effective distribution if you can increase the lead time or delivery frequency. But all major trends (and especially amongst urban millennials) point in the direction of a need for shorter lead times.

Premier Store Morley (UK) is successfully managing this expectation with great in-app technology and ideal vehicles such as Paxster to ensure cost-effective delivery within 20 minutes from order. 

Learn about all the smart details of our vehicle on the Product Pages.

THE LOGISTICAL PROBLEM

Major cities have been the epicenter of this development, and the rise in e-commerce is creating a surge in last-mile home deliveries.

This surge further contributes to an already existing problem known to modern cities, with high traffic, local emissions, noise pollution, and available parking spaces. Many cities are now trying to mitigate these problems with emission-free zones (LES, ULEZ), tolls, and by restricting traffic flows, without properly addressing the logistical needs of the companies located inside these areas.

Taking all this together and combining it with our experience from other urban and last-mile applications, Paxster arm its customers with the solution, including tools, data, and support needed to meet current and future business requirements, consumer expectations, and city regulations.

We address 7 common conserns when considering a Paxster for your fleet. 

Have any questions? Contact us via Chat or by submitting the form below.