AVEX 2017, the international exhibition for the vending, coffee and water industries, returns to the NEC in Birmingham from 12-13 September where visitors from the UK and around the world will meet to network and do business.
The latest products, services and ideas will be showcased and anyone involved in decision making in the provision of vending solutions – from office water coolers and coffee machines to full size snack machines and food carousels – is expected to be in attendance.
Exhibitors at the 2017 show include international brands such as Mars, Vimto, Jacob Douwe Egbert, Coca Cola, Ferrero, Kellogg’s, Lucozade Ribena Suntory, Walkers and Britvic as well as other major players and other niche organisations.
Visitors see can the latest innovations from the industry with over half of exhibitors unveiling new, enhanced or expanded product ranges at the show – including include cups, filters, snacks, beverages, healthier options and the latest vending systems.
As well as presenting the latest in vending from across the globe, organisers have lined up a two-day speaker programme to inform and inspire attendees.
“Visitors from all over the world including the USA, New Zealand, Scandinavia, the Netherlands, Sri Lanka, Israel and Senegal will join those from the UK helping to confirm AVEX’s position in the international vending arena,” comments Jonathan Hart, chief executive of the Automatic Vending Association (AVA), which hosts the event.
“We are also excited about new initiatives reaching beyond the core vending coffee audience which are attracting visitors from a wide range of sectors including education, financial services, estates management, transport, leisure, facilities management, health care, local government, business and industry.
“We are bringing together a great line up of eminent presenters talking about a broad range of subjects from allergens, cashless payments and Brexit to employment law, digital marketing and hydration.
“The AVEX 2017 Speaker Programme is free to attend and will take place in the Hub on the show floor.”
The show will take place in Hall 11 at the NEC, and those wishing to attend should visit the website.