A culinary offering for employees around the clock – even without a canteen. Sounds too good to be true? But it’s not. The solution is already on the market: a pizza vending machine. This bakes different types of pizza in just four minutes and delivers them hot and packaged in a box. And the best thing is: even when working in shifts, all employees always have a hot meal at their disposal.
Whether it’s a production facility, hospital, food processing plant or trade – employees everywhere get hungry after the canteen or neighbouring restaurants close. The bk Group from Middle Franconia has the perfect solution for this. Originally intended to complement the gastronomic offering of its bk World – the petrol station of the future – the pizza vending machine business has now grown far beyond charging stations for electric cars.
How it works
The bk Group purchases the modern vending machines and installs them on the customer’s premises. Be it in the inner courtyard of the office complex, at the staff entrance to the hospital or in front of the factory premises. This saves the company high acquisition and installation costs. The only requirements: six square metres of space, high voltage current and hungry employees. Thanks to a Germany-wide network of permanently employed service technicians and site supervisors, the pizza vending machines can be delivered and put into operation within a very short time and regularly serviced. A 24/7 fault hotline and Germany-wide fault management round off the services.
The pizzas are looked after by the respective company itself. This ensures maximum flexibility on site. The vending machines can hold over 90 frozen pizzas, which the responsible supervisors have to refill regularly. When a variety is running low, an automated notification is sent to the carers. This ensures a supply of sufficient pizzas at all times.
And what’s more, once a predefined number of pizzas have been sold, the companies also receive a share of the profits.
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