Government and Technology Regulations Impact Vending Industry

There are very few industries in the world today that don’t have to worry about things like government regulations and the dramatic shift caused by disruptive technology. If you ask any vending machine manufacturer, they would tell you that they’re dealing with both of these issues on a daily basis

U-Select-It to Exhibit at the Atlantic Coast Exposition (ACE) 2015

U-Select-It to Display the Latest Features and Styling of its Industry Leading Vending Machines at the ACE 2015, the Southeast’s Largest Vending Industry Trade Show. DES MOINES, IOWA – September 10, 2015 – U-Select-It, Inc. (USI), a leading global vending machine equipment manufacturer, announces its participation in the Atlantic Coast

Vending Machines that Replace Fast Food Workers

Even as recently as a few short years ago, the vending machine was seen as something of a stop gap device – a temporary solution to the problem of hunger or thirst in between meals. People who didn’t necessarily have time in between classes or on work breaks could look

How Vending Machines Are Bringing China and Japan Closer

What is it that is bringing these two countries of China and Japan closer? Surprisingly vending machines. These unmanned machines are already a huge hit in Japan, and it looks as though China isn’t far behind in adding vending machines for just about anything you can think of. Discussions are

The Odd & Unique Vending Machines Around the Globe  

There is no question that the old idea of a vending machine has changed quite a bit. Today, you can get the typical candy and chips, but vending machine are getting more and more complex to include such items as flip flops, fresh cupcakes, hot pizza and even hairy hermit

Google Android Pay is Here… Have You Met ‘Greenlite’?

Are you ready? – If your machines are equipped with Greenlite you are! Today Google announced Android Pay – its new mobile payment offering that will be pre-installed on virtually all new Android-based handsets coming from Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T, and it will be backward compatible with most Android handsets