Franke to display machine portfolio at UNITI expo
Franke Coffee Systems has announced it will showcase concept solutions for takeaway coffee in gas stations and convenience stores at the UNITI expo in Stuttgart, Germany from 17 to 19 May.
The Swiss manufacturer of professional fully automatic coffee machines will be showing its innovative machine portfolio for convenience stores and the self-service business.
Roman Probst, Head of Global Sales at Franke Coffee Systems, says the flagship for the self-service segment, the Specialty Beverage Station SB1200, is packed with Franke Coffee Technologies to create the perfect coffee moment for customers with an unlimited choice of hot or cold coffee beverages.
“Thanks to the innovative IndividualMilk technology, the full range of beverages can be prepared with dairy milk or optionally with vegan alternatives, with guaranteed separation and no cross-contamination,” says Probst.
Visitors can experience and test Franke’s concepts and solutions under real-world conditions. With a new booth concept that replicates real-world sales situations, Franke places the customer and individual coffee business at the centre of the company’s trade show presence.
To meet the growing demand for coffee quality and beverage variety, Franke has developed various tailor-made concepts that trade show visitors can test directly at the booth. Visitors can discover the various options on site, such as the ability to have beverages ordered remotely and dispensed by scanning a provided QR code.
There will be plenty of innovations to discover at Franke’s stand at the tradeshow, including its multiple award-winning Franke A300, the A600, A800 and A1000 models, and SB1200 Specialty Beverage Station.
In addition to the standard version, Franke says the SB1200 offers maximum flexibility and beverage selection on a compact footprint when equipped with the new SU12 cooling unit.
Attendees can visit Franke Coffee Systems in Hall 1, Booth 1D34, in the foyer at the trade fair entrance and at the trade fair forum.
For more information, visit coffee.franke.com
Source: GCR Mag