Victor Manufacturing has confirmed that it will make its show debut at this year’s Caffe Culture in London.

The company has decided to exhibit at the show following the launch of its new Optimax merchandising units, which it claims are receiving “unprecedented interest” from the café bar sector.

Victor insists the units are ideally suited to café and coffee shops as they include hot, ambient and chilled cabinets for both self and assisted service operation.

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The British-manufactured range has also been designed to deliver considerable energy-savings at a time when operators are watching fuel costs closely, according to Bradford-based Victor.

Victor recently introduced the Optimax range to the market at Hotelympia, with a unit forming part of an installation at the Chocolate Café in Skegness immediately after the show.

One of the main selling points of the cabinets is the drop-down/lift-up rear door that is engineered to to channel cold air under the middle shelf when opened. This minimises the loss of chilled air and means reduced load on the system and less energy used for pull-down.

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