Azkoyen will be installing its automatic machines in the Eibar township (Gipuzkoa) to assist in the free distribution of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) by the local council to its citizens, with the aim of preventing the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
The distribution will be carried out in a safe and controlled manner thanks to the most advanced technology offered by the Azkoyen Palma+ and Mistral+ automatic machines. The Council of the Basque town of Eibar will issue a card to each citizen which they can use to obtain a maximum of two PPE per day via these automatic machines, which will be located at various points around the town.
Azkoyenwill be expanding the installation of its Palma+ and Mistral+ models to industries, companies, commercial and public places, and other sectors to facilitate the distribution of masks, gloves, hydro-alcoholic gels or any other protective material that helps to avoid the contagion and spread of the virus. The latest technology of these machines allows them to limit the extraction by the user and within a certain period of time, something that provides the distributor with full control of the stock.
Azkoyen has developed and patented Distance Selection technology for their automatic machines, which allows the user to obtain the products without having any contact with the surface of the machine, adding safety and hygiene to the purchasing process.
The mechanical push-button or touch-screen panels on vending machines, are now being replaced by new technologies that work remotely, such as the Distance Selection technology featured in Azkoyen Group machines. Thanks to this, the user can select the product they want from a distance of up to 2 centimetresfrom the surface of the selection panel as shown in this video .
The health and safety measure enabled by Distance Selection will improve consumer confidence in the use of vending machines, ideal for work and hospitality environments.
Changing the way we relate to the devices around us, such as vending machines, has become an indispensable step towards significantly reducing the risk of spreading bacteria and viruses such as Covid-19, which will be reflected in improved health for users.
Azkoyen has begun to prepare coffee in the service stations in the Sultanate of Oman.
The agreement signed by DRD, the official distributor for the Azkoyen in the Sultanate of Oman, with Oman Oil, the leading oil company in the country, has made it possible to install the first machines during 2019.7
Oman Oil has chosen to update the concept of coffee at petrol stations by introducing espresso coffee with freshly ground beans. A new concept of coffee to go which increases the perception of quality among end-users. It seeks to provide new experiences, similar to those of a Coffee Shop, resulting in greater customer satisfaction.
Azkoyen will continue to install its Vitro S5 and S1 machines, its most compact model, in the service areas of the Sultanate of Oman during 2020. These professional coffee machines are designed to provide the highest quality espresso-based hot drinks. Both models are ideal for self-service and for offering an exclusive and worry-free coffee service in offices, waiting rooms, buffets, VIP rooms, and service stations.
Azkoyen will be launching the new Vitro S1 model into the American market during the Coffee Tea & Water (CTW) trade show, one of the most important events for the vending industry on the American continent.
Azkoyen will be taking part in the fifth event of the Vendibérica 2019 exhibition, where it will be exhibiting its latest innovations since the last event, the Vitro S1, the Vitro S5 with Variable Unit and built-in payment method and the Neo Touch.
Azkoyen, for the second year running, has been selected for an award by Associated Vending Services Limited (AVS), one of the UK’s largest purchasing groups, in the categories “Best Machine Manufacturer” “Best Table Top Hot drinks Machine” for the Vitro series and “Best Free Standing Hot drinks Machine” for the Neo series. Continue reading “Azkoyen wins three awards from the British vending industry”