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Dynamic Duos, A Vending Manufacturer’s Query!

Throughout time mightily matched mates have left legacies, such as: bread and butter, Abbott and Costello, Barney and Thelma, and Mario and Luigi! What do you think are the best? Vending duos are no different from drink and beverage machines … Continue reading

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Rising Prices Surely Affect Vending

With increasing fuel prices due to unrest in the Middle East and developing countries straining supply, other political factors have influenced the price of cocoa and sugar leading to several well known chocolatiers such as Hershey’s to announce an increase … Continue reading

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Cashless Vending and The Average Operator

The future of vending, and the advancement of cashless technology become ever more intertwined with a growing consumer base desiring the ability to purchase their vended products on the fly with a quick and easy swipe of the card. As … Continue reading

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Burden Or Blessing?

Government regulation is a prime factor in changes to any industry, and lately vending has been in the crosshairs.  Every day new regulations involved aimed at improving nutrition is saddled on those in vending, and consequently is lamented as targeting … Continue reading

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Mechanical Vending, The Undervalued Class

The oldest form of vending finds relevance in a Green society. Mechanical vending has a long history beginning thousands of years ago in 215 BC, when a Greek mathematician by the name of Hero invented a simple machine to vend a … Continue reading

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Can Compact Vending Add Value to Your Operation?

A Shift in Vending As manufacturing and big business continues to be outsourced from America, operators face declines in the classical desirable vending locations.  Instead of adapting to these changes, often times it is decided to reduce routes, cutting smaller “less … Continue reading

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Going Green Makes Financial Sense

Steve Chesney, President of Seaga offers insights on why the vending industry can go green while improving profitability. In this four-part piece, we will explore the challenge of “Going Green.” It is on the minds of many operators and locations … Continue reading

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Greetings From Seaga

We would like to thank all our loyal customers and fans for all the support we receive.  We are constantly attempting to enhance your experiences with the growth of our online interactivity, and you are sure to enjoy what we have … Continue reading

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