Cologne: 07.–11.10.2023 #anuga

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ASCO DRINK MACHINES focuses on sustainability through plastic avoidance

The topic of plastic avoidance is currently very present in the media and is becoming more and more important for our environment and our future. This is slowly leading to a change of thinking among the population, especially with regard to single-use plastic (not only because of various decisions at a EU level). For ASCO DRINK MACHINES from Austria, sustainability and environmental awareness have always been a major concern. ASCO specialises in the development of resource- and energy-saving beverage vending machines, which are sold under the brand name FRUCTOMAT. In recent years, the transport fleet has also been converted to e-mobility.

Plastic-free with V-MAX

The sales genius V-MAX from ASCO is already used in many schools, universities and offices. The cups (300ml) are stored directly in the vending machine and are made exclusively of cardboard. In order to contribute not only to the reduction of plastic but also to the reduction of waste in general, the reuse of a cup or own drinking vessel (e.g. glass, sports bottle etc.) can be rewarded with a cup discount.

The vending machine impresses with a stable housing structure made of high-quality materials and a timeless and modern design that can be customised on request. With the patented MidMix technology and the associated automatic cleaning, the service effort remains low, transport distances are shortened and deposit will no longer be one of your worries. Together, they contribute to greater environmental awareness.

Facts & Figures V-MAX

- Space for 4/6 concentrates + chilled water
- Up to 4 pre-selections and 9 product selections (CO2 optional)
- Central dispensing through hygienic tempered glass tube
- Perfect mixing result due to the patented MidMix® technology

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