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Techno Smart Internet self-service coffee grinder, only grinding coffee for a cup of civilians

May 17, 2018

                                   More  than 100 years ago, coffee seeds were brought to China and successively  took root in Taiwan and Yunnan. After more than 100 years of  development, Chinese coffee has occupied an important position in the  global scope. According to statistics, as of the beginning of 2016, China's coffee  planting area exceeded 1.8 million mu with a total output of 140,000  tons, accounting for 1.5% of the world's total production.
At  present, the traditional coffee industry giants like Starbucks, Costa,  etc. are expanding their market share in China. However, the high rents  and labor costs of traditional coffee shops are doomed to be able to  quickly copy offline stores to all corners of the city. Its single-cup price of tens of yuan has also made it difficult for many coffee lovers to bear for a long time.
 微信图片_20180517112655.png In advanced economies, the solution to this problem is to put a self-service coffee machine in every corner of the city. Such  self-service coffee grinders have long been popular in Europe, North  America, Japan and other developed countries, and there is no technical  threshold. However,  for the Chinese market, this type of machine is still a fresh idea. The  greatest pain point of the 24-hour self-service unattended coffee  machine is the stability and taste of the equipment. If operators need  to be at ease with good operations, the equipment needs to be imported  from abroad. However,  imported equipment has many pain points that cannot adapt to the  Chinese market. For example, payment methods are not convenient enough,  after-sales service cannot be guaranteed, there is no Internet  monitoring, and the interface is closed. In 2013, Guangzhou Techno  Intelligent Equipment Co., Ltd. was established, and its core R&D  team has served as the manager. Spengler,  the German coffee equipment manufacturing company under the European  operating giant MAAS Group in the Netherlands, has 11 years of  experience in the field of coffee equipment development and R&D. The  R&D team also combines the actual needs of the Chinese market, in  addition to fresh coffee, but also for the Chinese market. With  functions such as tea-making, Internet monitoring of cold drinks, and  mobile payment, the company has independently developed smart  self-service coffee machines and desktop multifunctional self-service  coffee machines suitable for the Chinese market to meet the different  needs of the market for coffee machines. Since October of last year, it has delivered thousands of smart coffee machines to the market and won praise from customers.
“The  chain of coffee self-service industry is very long. From the equipment  development and manufacturing, raw materials for beverages, consumables  such as cups and lids, and cleaning and operation and maintenance, every  link needs to be refined and standardized. The  experience of the country's coffee self-service industry will only  focus on the R&D and manufacturing of equipment, horizontal  development, and vertical alliances, and with the device itself,  stability and taste adjustment are pain points in the market. Our  own mobile payment and Internet monitoring system, and we also fully  open the equipment interface according to market demand.We do not touch  the data, do not touch the operation, only concentrate on equipment  support and after-sales service, transport service talents for operating  partners, and cooperate with raw materials. The partners delivered the market demand and worked together with our  consumables, raw materials, and operating partners to make a cup of  civilian coffee." The head of Techno Intelligent said to reporters.
As  the economy continues to grow and people’s living standards have  increased, China is also one of the world’s largest emerging consumer of  coffee. According to statistics, the annual growth rate of coffee  consumption in China is around 20%, which is much higher than the global  growth rate of 2%. After 2018, Chinese coffee will enter the fifth stage, and China's coffee consumption will usher in the well blowout era. Within 10 years, China's coffee consumption market can reach 1,000 billion yuan.

Both Japan and the United Kingdom are world-renowned tea culture countries and have grown into huge coffee markets. China,  which has a strong tea culture, has a vast potential for coffee  consumption. As the industrial chain matures, it will certainly become  one of the largest coffee markets in the world.