Vending Machine Remanufactures For Less Waste and Lower Cost
Vending machine supplier Kafévend continues its push for a more environmentally friendly vending industry and ethical approach for the supply of all their vending machines.
The remanufacturing process involves the complete rebuilding of a machine using brand new parts to return it to an ‘as new’ condition. Each cleaning, painting and refitting operation is undertaken using safe and environmentally-
John Collins, Kafévend managing director, said: “The remanufacturing of vending equipment makes sound economic and environmental sense. It reduces wasteful and unnecessary scrapping of serviceable machinery, saves precious resources and provides an excellent value-for-money product.”
The complex process is carried out by trained professionals at a multi-million pound, state of the art facility. Machinery undergoing the renewal process is tested and then re-tested to exacting ISO 9002 safety standards.
Rather than get left behind the technology revolutions, vending machines sent for remanufacturing are re-sprayed, any parts reused are all cleaned using ultrasonic systems and machines are automatically updated to include new software and new technology, providing a more efficient vending machine service. Reliability and electronic flash testing are also carried out as standard for complete security and peace of mind.
Find out more about the process and the environmental benefits of remanufacturing at www.kafevending.co.uk
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