Large vending machines can be extremely heavy and difficult to move, so it is worthwhile spending some time considering the optimum position before it is delivered and installed. However, some vending machines are built with wheels to make them a little easier to reposition and specialist movers or your vending supplier can help you relocate your machines. Most vending suppliers will ask that you notify them of any move as part of your contract. Smaller tabletop models and coffee vending machines are obviously much easier to move around, although some hot drinks machines do need to be connected to a water supply which will limit the rooms they can be installed in.
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- How much energy does a vending machine consume?
- Can I save energy by unplugging my vending machines on weekends and holidays?
- What are my options for restocking and servicing my vending machine?
- What sort of cleaning/disinfecting is required for vending machines?
- How does a drinks vending machine keep drinks cold?
- Are compact/tabletop vending machines available?
- What’s the best way to deal with users who lose money in my vending machine?
- What’s the difference between self-managed and fully-managed service vending machines?
- Which payment method is more user-friendly: coins or rechargeable cards?
- Which is the most fraud-proof type of vending machine?
- What infrastructure is required to install a vending machine?