Monday 29 May 2023

Selecta offers hygiene kits and safety products through its vending machines

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CHAM, Switzerland – Selecta, Europe’s leading route-based unattended self-service provider, has launched a range of convenient hygiene and safety solutions for public and private vending as a response to the COVID-19 crisis, helping customers and consumers feel safe as lockdown measures begin to ease in Europe. From hygiene kits to sanitising dispensers and vending machines offering safety products, the company has introduced flexible solutions to cater to different needs.

As more people are commuting and returning to work, companies, airports and transport associations are seeking solutions to help their employees and travellers to stay safe. From hygiene products available in the vending machines, to ‘Safety Stations’, dedicated vending machines selling health and safety products, the new concepts can be quickly deployed and made available where they are most needed.

This way people can conveniently get their masks and sanitising gels if they lose one or forget to take from home.

Selecta is also adding protective equipment, such as facemasks, hand sanitisers and disinfectant wipes, in its smart vending machines in addition to snacks and drinks. Contactless payment options make it convenient and easy to make a purchase whilst minimising physical contact with the machine.

Good hygiene practice is an important part of preventing the spread of the coronavirus, and companies are looking for practical solutions to be able to clean coffee machine touch screens, surfaces, hot desks, break areas and meeting rooms between use.

Selecta’s hygiene kits come with a set of ecological cleaning products that will be mixed with water and can be used for this purpose. Selecta is also offering hand sanitiser dispensers that can be placed in the areas of common use.

For those who are continuing to working remotely, Selecta has designed a special range of care packages that companies can order to show support for their remote workforce.

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