Selecta has announced that it will make its Express Hub Micromarket solution available to workplaces across the entirety of the UK.
The Express Hub was developed by Selecta subsidiary Express Vending, which it acquired in August 2018, and the Express Hub has been introduced to several sites in London already.
According to Selecta, the unattended Express Hub is able to offer a wide range of healthy meals, snacks and drinks at all times.
Selecta claims the unique design allows the Hub to be integrated into any space, providing anything from a compact Micromarket along a single wall to a full café-style area.
Selecta is able to restock the micro markets with fresh products every day, and companies can tailor options according to the tastes and dietary requirements of its employees.
The Hub’s touchscreen payment system supports all types of cashless payment, including fingerprint technology, contactless card or smartphone payments.
Emily Stoten, marketing director, Selecta UK said: “We see the Express Hub Micromarket roll out across the UK as revolutionising refreshment in the workplace.
“Today, part of creating a productive working environment is about giving people the tools to work better and be healthier. Increasingly central to this is enabling them to refuel, recharge and connect on site.
“The results from Express Vending’s installations of the Hub in London already show that micro markets really can offer that step improvement in employee wellbeing that is so key to business success.”
Paul Hearne, executive director at Express Vending says: “The world of business has changed and hiring and keeping the best talent is key.
“Providing this kind of facility to give your staff access to a great variety of food, meaning that they never go hungry or thirsty during the working day, shows that you care.
“Customers who have installed the Express Hub are telling us this state-of-the-art space and technology has not only transformed the workspace but taken staff engagement to a new level.”
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