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ScanBox pushes onwards with trolley hire option

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ScanBox now offers alternatives to purchasing its food transportation equipment.

ScanBox has introduced contract hire and rental options for its food holding and transportation trolleys to give extra flexibility when procuring equipment.

The company, which is headquartered in Sweden and operates its UK and Ireland arm from County Antrim, said it is now able to offer customers an alternative to outright purchase.

Its ‘ScanBox Go’ contract hire package includes pre-delivery commission of all trolleys, delivery to site, a full breakdown service cover for the duration of hire – including parts and labour – collection from site and a deep clean of all trolleys on termination of hire.

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ScanBox’s trolleys can be used for a range of applications, including providing caterers with additional capacity for corporate hospitality and events, or in hospitality environments where an aesthetically-pleasing front-of-house solution is required.

It said medium term hire of a fleet of trolleys could support stadium caterers which don’t require as much equipment in the off-season, as well as healthcare catering operators that need to scale their services up or down, with a disaster recovery option offered for this sector.

Ryan Horner, marketing and sales executive at ScanBox UK, said the contract offer was an ideal solution to lengthy delivery schedules for new equipment and customers could instantly access its available hire stock.

He said: “Operators can utilise maintenance or revenue budgets to fund contract hire of ScanBox trolleys, meaning there is no need for capital budget or new investment applications for procurement.

“It also allows customers to continually upgrade their existing fleet of trolleys as and when required with small capital outlay. We have an extensive fleet of ScanBox trolleys that are available for immediate despatch.”

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