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AVEX, International water and vending exhibition, Hall 3, NEC, Birmingham 09.30 to 18.00 Wednesday 15 June and 09.30 to 16.00 Thursday16 June

09 June 2011

Hall 3 at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre is going to be jam packed with all that is new and different in vending when the doors open at 9.30am on Wednesday 15 June. The exhibition is now a sell out and promises a mix of established companies and new entrants to the refreshment market. This year the scope of the exhibition and the range of exhibitors is wider than ever.


First time exhibitors include; Think3e (Employment, Education, Environment) who provide innovative recycling for the private and public sectors - just look for their pantechnicon. We have E-tradeway who will be showing the exciting range of Wurlizter vending machines and demonstrating how vending goes far beyond refreshments. Then we have INTUI SENSE, providing gesture-recognition technology which is an affordable alternative to touchscreens.

These and many more, including big brands such as Kraft, Mars, Cadbury etc will be amongst the 120 plus exhibitors drawn from the UK, Europe as well as Colombia, Korea, New Zealand and the USA.

There is a wonderful mix of exhibits – chilled water dispensers, disposable cups, cashless payment systems, vending machines, machine surrounds, ingredients (such as coffee, milk, sugar and flavoured syrups), soft drinks, fruit juices, confectionery, savoury snacks and lots, lots more. And then there are all the ancillary products – payment systems, cashless systems, filters, etc as well as specialist operators who bring it all together to meet customers needs.

FREE seminars run on the exhibition floor throughout the two days of the show on topics as various as VAT and vending, allergens, business intelligence, how to spot a fake coin, how green doesn’t just look good –it is market driven, water filter standards and cashless.

On arrival all visitors receive a FREE catalogue so register now at www.avex2011.co.uk to get free entry.

The next AVEX won’t be for another 2 years so make sure you have the dates in your diary and you are there to experience the fun and excitement which is the AVEX exhibition.

Further information
trish@avex2011.co.uk, 020 8661 1112


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