Tortoise Cart Is In Big Demand By Retailers: Here’s Why — Brittain Ladd

  • Remote controlled cart that can travel on sidewalks or on the sides of roads
  • Large carrying capacity (100 pounds+); the average delivery robot can barely hold 20 pounds
  • Teleoperation reduces risk & removes the need for upfront mapping work; mapping work can take weeks and is very expensive
  • Lowest total operating cost in the industry
  • Extremely fast and easy to install and use
  • Average delivery cost of $4.00 per order; a savings of 50% to 75% over current last mile delivery methods that use cars and human drivers

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Global strategy consultant with a passion for writing articles about retail and business. Former Amazon executive.

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Brittain Ladd

Brittain Ladd

Global strategy consultant with a passion for writing articles about retail and business. Former Amazon executive.

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