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Evoca UK Announces Partnership Agreement with BSA

Evoca UK has announced a partnership with the BSA, (Beverage Standards Association), to support the association’s ‘Something’s Brewing‘ magazine.

‘As the leading manufacturer of coffee machines for the out of home coffee sector, Evoca UK are able to support the work of the association and its members in many ways’, Sales Director Craig Jukes said. ‘Evoca UK can respond to the needs of any roaster or distributor with a comprehensive portfolio of products that extends from super automatic, bean to cup machines through to traditional espresso machines, encompassing such iconic brands as Gaggia Milano, Necta and Saeco. Machines are accompanied by an extensive product training and after sales service that offers customers a full end to end solution and complete peace of mind.

Evoca UK‘It’s been well documented that this has been a really challenging year for the Hospitality sector, and at times like these it’s more important than ever to work collaboratively as an industry’, Craig said. ‘We’re looking forward to whatever the future holds, with Evoca UK working closely with the BSA and their members as the industry recovers in the coming months. Together, we can help the sector regain lost ground and capitalise on the strong underlying demand for out of home refreshments, and coffee in particular, that undoubtedly still exists. Here at Evoca UK we’re committed to developing machines that incorporate the very latest in technology, which offer roasters, operators and distributors the best possible value for money and allow users to work efficiently. We believe that these are principles that will help BSA members recover lost trade and revive their businesses.’

BSA? A Bluffer’s Guide

Founded in 1996, the Beverage Standards Association (previously known as the Beverage Service Association) is the trade association for the UK out-of-home non-vending refreshment industry. It represents all sectors; manufacturers, distributors and importers of machines and components, commodity suppliers, service organisations who maintain and repair machines, training, recruitment and marketing companies working within the industry, and retailers – the end-users who prepare serve refreshments to the paying public.

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