The Azkoyen Group, Spanish multinational specialised in the design, manufacture and marketing of advanced technology solutions, is presenting its new Zintro series as well as its range of hot vending at the Nama One Show, the most important exhibition of the vending industry on the American continent, in Chicago from 13 – 15 April.
Zintro, available in the first phase for the American continent, Spain and Portugal, is being very well received – the United States being a country with great potential where espresso in offices is progressing in leaps and bounds. According to the National Coffee Association, 34% of Americans consume at least one gourmet coffee per day.
It is a compact machine, 1.62m high, manufactured for locations with average consumption. It has 6 product dispensers and the capacity for 500 cups in both versions, Espresso and Instant. With a minimalist, compact, ergonomic and intuitive design, it attracts attention from consumers and can thus increase impulse sales and gain new customers. Some of the advantages are its unique touch pad, patented by Azkoyen and its compatibility with the Button Barista application, available in App store and Google play, with which consumers can personalise their drinks via a smartphone. In this way, the end customer can adjust the coffee strength, the amount of water or milk and the amount of sugar to their liking via their mobile device.
Respecting the environment
Zintro has been designed using the 3 R’s rule: reduce, reuse and recycle. With this new machine the Azkoyen Group has managed to reduce energy consumption to an A+ level, offer the possibility to reuse the machine by means of simple reconditioning, and to recycle it through compliance with RoHS and WEEE regulations.
The Vitro range is also exhibited, including the new Vitro Max model and the Zen, Zensia and Vitale series. The Vitro Max line, with new technical specifications, complements the Vitro Espresso series, the flagship product of espresso machines in the British vending market with a major European expansion in the last two years and with keen interest from Middle Eastern countries.