Jackson Dallmayr focuses on hospitality offering

Jackson Dallmayr to showcase a range of its hospitality products at the Hotelier Middle East: Great GM Debate on September 27, 2016

Arnd Springer from Jackson Dallmayr.
Arnd Springer from Jackson Dallmayr.

Jackson Dallmayr is set to launch a host of new products aimed at the hospitality industry, with constant upgrades to its portfolio in the works.

Speaking to Hotelier Middle East, Jackson Dallmayr managing partner Arnd Springer said that the company's Nespresso-compatible capsules have been a success in the hospitality industry due to its "quality and cost-effective price".

The company has also built the 'Coffee In Motion' coffee cart, where the machines work on battery and solar panels. Springer added: "These help the hospitality industry increases coffee revenue as coffee can be prepared in front of the guest rooms."

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In the next year, the firm is set to launch a "new generation of vending machines that pay attention to the environment, starting from the harvest of the bean all the way to electricity consumption".

"We will be soon launching Maxi0Bars which will be placed in budget hotels' lobbies and floors where the guest can get coffee and snacks for reasonable prices," said Springer, adding that the machines are always upgraded in line with new technology.

Springer was speaking to Hotelier ahead of the Hotelier Middle East: Great GM Debate, which he said was a great platform to connect with decision-makers in the hospitality industry.

"It also provides us with a opportunity to showcase our new products and services which we offer specially to the hospitality industry," he added.


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