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UK’s first driverless grocery delivery trial

The van’s cargo compartments were designed and built by a leading UK-based composites manufacturer Shape Machining.

3rd October 2017

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Witney

Transport/​Aerospace

The van’s cargo compartments were designed and built by a leading UK-based composites manufacturer Shape Machining. “Shape’s responsibility was for the whole design and manufacture of the cargo area, which is at the rear of the vehicle that would house of all the groceries and be the point that the customer interacts with. And we took that from the very first concepts, sketches, through to the final production and fit of the pod onto the vehicle,” explained Glen Pascoe, Shape Machining’s Development Manager.

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