Ocado looks to ‘kerb-to-kitchen’ robot deliveries in £10m Oxbotica deal

By | April 16, 2021

Online grocer strikes commercial partnership with Oxford-based self-driving vehicles company

Ocado has invested £10m in a self-driving vehicles company to drive its ambition to make autonomous grocery deliveries and develop “kerb-to-kitchen robots” to drop off shopping in homes.

The online grocer, which has previously tested a prototype self-driving truck delivering food and snacks to customers in south-east London, has moved to strike a commercial partnership with Oxford-based Oxbotica, which developed the truck.

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