Running a vending business can be a good thing as it only requires part time effort and provides good returns. Typically, a vending route owners would schedule their time in such a way that they are able to service all the Rowe vending machine on the same day of the week. This plan helps easing the time commitment, however, it depends on the location of one vending machine to another and also how many machine is owned.
Ofcourse, not everyone can start off with more than 10 healthy vending machine at the beginning of the business itself. In such cases, one must prepare a business plan, so as to expand the business gradually. First, you need to consider how much money you need to be generated from this business. For instance, consider a bulk candy vendor. A bulk candy vending machine would ideally generate $10 every month. And to generate a revenue that you’d like, you would have to set hundreds of bulk candy vending machines. However, on the positive side, these machines need to be stocked with only few types of candies, and servicing needs to be done every alternative month.
Now, if you own some full-sized snack and beverages vending machines, then you can expect a revenue of nearly $200 every month from each machine. Deducting the expenses, you’d be left with 50% of the revenue as profit. Of course, the revenues and profits might vary and there is no guarantee that your machine will generate that kind of revenue. If the machine is generating any less than that, you must consider changing the location of the machine, as it the most important factor.