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Technological advancements in Industrial vending have aided in increasing overall efficiency of the industrial work place. Automated tool vending machines and tool dispensing machines are widely used by many manufacturing giants to reduce overhead costs and prevent a stock out scenario during working hours. All of them are based on the POW (Point-Of-Work) technology to streamline and automate the reordering process.

Manufacturing organizations usually acquire an operating lease of a POW technology. But the process gets disrupted during times when the lease has to be renewed, during which the tools and systems are not available at the work point. The best solution is to deploy enterprise level POW vending systems with the help of a low-cost, Internet based POW vending service provider.

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