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Automatic Vending Assocation

1 Villiers Court
40 Upper Mulgrave Road
Sutton
Surrey
SM2 7AJ
United Kingdom

Telephone : 020 8661 1112
Fax : 020 8661 2224
Email : info@ava-vending.org
Web : www.ava-vending.org



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New website unveiled for UK’s largest vending event

A new website has been launched today from the organisers of the UK’s largest vending, water and coffee exhibition – AVEX 2015.

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Series of seminars explore the future of vending

Implement cashless systems or risk excluding 54% of consumers. That was the forecast for the future of cash and payments in vending following a series of seminars hosted at the Automatic Vending Association’s Business Day in Manchester.

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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

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.

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Government delays introduction of new coins

The Automatic Vending Association (AVA) has been told by Justine Greening, Economic Secretary to the Treasury, that the implementation of the new 5p and 10p coins will be delayed until 1st January 2012.

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Saving on pennies costs vending industry £millions

Savings at the Royal Mint of £10m announced in the Comprehensive Spending Review will cost vending companies at least £42m.

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