Every business needs something to help them stand out from the competition, and we have always felt a little different to other vending suppliers. As well as our customer-centric service plan, Coinadrink have always been unique in the fact that we aren’t tied down to any particular vending supplier, which means we have the flexibility to choose the best machines on the market. When we announce a new arrival, then, rest assured that it isn’t a decision that’s taken lightly. The ICON courtesy of Crane is here, and it joins our prestigious range of floor standing hot drinks machines for 2018.
One of the common reasons we hear as to why people don’t have a vending machine in their business is because they prefer to make their own drinks. We might be a little biased here, but that’s something that frustrates us. Having had 55 years’ experience as a company, we have witnessed the advancement of the vending industry first hand, and the machines of today are easy on the eye. The benefits of vending are simply enormous, so isn’t it about time you disregarded your kettle for something that’s a little more up to date?
January is typically regarded as the most depressing month of the year. Your bank balance is suffering from the lavish expenditure of Christmas, your New Year’s Resolutions are, well, broken, and the cold, dark days are a common occurrence. It all means that the working day can feel particularly draining for your staff, and that’s no good for their productivity level. Coinadrink can help with a long line of advanced tabletop hot drinks machines. Within the aesthetic frames lie bold, dynamic technology, and you can taste the quality right from the first sip. They’ll look right at home in your workplace.
On a rather strange introduction to National Tea Month, we want to begin by saying that tea is no longer the Nation’s beverage of choice. While this may be rather depressing for the tea lovers out there, the fact is that the rise in coffee shops such as Costa and Starbucks have actually soared coffee way beyond its counterpart. It is worth remembering, though, that such a change in our hot beverage choice is more about the rise in coffee as oppose to the fall in tea.
It was only little over a year ago that a survey from Unilever recorded that 66% of people drink tea in the home compared to 64% that drink coffee. Rest assured that us Brits are still very much a tea loving Nation, and a piping hot cup of tea is often what’s needed for many of us.