Thursday, October 4, 2012

Finding Vending Machines For Sale

If you want to invest in a vending machine, there are a number of reputable suppliers to choose from.
Vending Machine Companies
Automatic Products
Automatic Products international, ltd. produced their first glass-front vending machine in 1949. Today, API operates all over the world and is the leading U.S. manufacturer of glass-front snack/candy, hot beverage, fresh/frozen food, and snack/can combination vending machines.
Beaver Vending
Beaver Vending Corporation was begun in 1963 and has since become one of the most respected vending machine companies in the world. They sell vending machines for gumballs, stickers, and small candy. They also distribute Black Dog Woodwork designs, such as the eye-popping Wazoo Toys and Candy Cable Car kiosks.
Crane Merchandising Systems
Crane Merchandising Systems offers a complete line of vending machines, including those for food, snacks, hot and cold beverages, and combinations. Owned by the Crane Company since 1985, Crane MS is one of the most financially backed vending companies in the world. This makes them rather reliable.
Dixie-Narco, Inc.
Dixie-Narco Vending Systems, Inc. is owned by Maytag. They have a full line of cold beverage vending machines for sale, including agreements with Coke, Pepsi, Dr. Pepper, 7UP, other cold beverage manufacturers, and milk. DNI also owns Conclux, a manufacturer of coin changers.
Royal Vendors
Royal Vendors designs and manufactures high quality beverage merchandisers. Among their vending machines for sale are Coke, Pepsi, Dr. Pepper, Live Display, Milk, and see-through machines.
The Vendo Company
The Vendo Company offers the usual 7-UP, Coke, Dr. Pepper, and Pepsi-emblazoned machines, but Vendo also has more flexible options. Their Impulse Coolers allow for irregular shapes and have see-through sides, for full flexibility. And their Vari-Pak merchandiser can be adjusted to sell either cans or bottles.
North American Vending
North American Vending offers mostly just gumball machines and small candy machines, but they have a variety of styles, such as fun see-through spiral vending mechanisms. They also offer a simple snack/can combination merchandiser.
Seaga Manufacturing
Seaga is a huge vending machine company offering machines for gumballs, capsule candies, pan candies, snacks, soda, snack/can combos, and other cold beverages. Seaga also makes coin changers, medical vending machines, mechanical wine cellars, and more.
Arrow Vending Machines
Arrow offers a full line of gumball, snack, soda, combo, cold beverages, and candy machines. They also have change machines and over-the-counter prescription dispensers.