Vending machines of the Azkoyen Group, a leading Spanish technology multinational, which offers automated products and services, designed to bring unique experiences to people in their daily lives, wil be installed in the new AVLO trains, the low cost, high speed Renfe trains that will initially cover routes between Madrid, Zaragoza and Barcelona.
The Azkoyen machines will provide drinks and snacks to the more than 400 Avlo passengers with their automatic vending machines. The first trains will cover the route from 23 June, each one having three Palma+ Hz70 machines, one Palma B5 and one Novara Double Espresso machine.
The Palma+ Hz 70 are very robust and versatile snacks machines designed to dispense all types of products. The Palma B5 is a vending machine for large capacity cans and bottles, but of a compact size, with great reliability, durability and security. For its part, the Novara Double Espresso machine will cater for passengers with two types of Espresso coffee thanks to its dual grinder, in addition to other hot beverages. The Novara series includes an intuitive selection system that is easily used by customers.
Juanje Alberdi, General Manager of the Coffee & Vending Systems and Payment Technologies of Azkoyen Group has very positively assessed this collaboration: “This award by Talgo highlights our eagerness to create unique experiences for people through automated products and services. To be present on trains is one of the group’s key areas, as it enables us to get closer to the user in any environment”.
Cutting-edge anti-Covid solutions
The Azkoyen machines include the latest technology for enhancing the quality of the product, which has been successfully implemented into several projects of this kind with companies like Georgian Railways, Azerbaijan Railways and the German company, Westbahn.