Regency’s New Micro-Market Solution is Built to Last, Easy to Instal and Available Off-The-Shelf. See it at Vendex.

Regency Design and Print will be demonstrating ‘the future of automated retail’ at Vendex Midlands – and you’re warmly invited to join David Harkness, Andy Dixon and Lucy Edwards on Stand 124/125, to see it for yourself.

The new kid on the block, developed in partnership and with the commercial support of Coca-Cola and some of the world’s best loved snacks brands, re-invents the micro-market concept. By combining off-the-shelf modules offering drinks, snacks; coffee, hot food; sandwiches, and micro-wave food – with more to come – customers can, for the first time, create a bespoke unattended retail facility from off-the-shelf components.

A well-known expert in the vending industry, these days Andy Dixon is Unattended Retail Lead at Regency Design and Print. ‘Our new, modular solution is ideal for contract caterers, vending operators; forecourts, travel and leisure, office space, hotels and more’, he said. ‘With this combination of huge global brands, we are offering a seamless, clean and modern, clip-together metal fabricated solution that is bringing the vibe of the future in our industry.

Regency‘It’s flexible, it’s modular, but on top of that it is an extremely robust solution and that’s massively important in the context of Automated Retail’, Andy added. ‘After all, it’s not as if you can schedule maintenance out of hours when you’re open 24/7/365. When it comes to grab and go, or ‘eating on the hoof’ as I used to call it, ours is an end-to-end solution that benefits from seamless administration and project management.

‘Visitors to Regency will see for themselves how the solution has been designed specifically to engage with customers, and because it achieves this, it’s the perfect vehicle for brands to build awareness and drive sales.

‘It’s built to last, it’s easy to instal, it’s off-the-shelf so there are no extended lead times; it’s easy to re-brand and it’s easy to locate’, Andy concluded. ‘It positions the benefits of running a micro-market within reach of far more potential customers and I’m expecting to meet some of them on the Regency stand at Vendex.’

 

 

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