- Azkoyen Payment Technologies has introduced the fastest banknote and coin recyclers on the market.
- The division has its payment systems implemented in major locations, such as the airports at Madrid, Palma de Mallorca, Gerona and Fuerteventura.
Azkoyen Payment Technologies, the means of payment division of the Azkoyen Group, Spanish multinational specialised in the design, manufacture and marketing of advanced technology solutions, has introduced four new products during 5 - 8 April at Intertraffic, the number one biannual trade show for the traffic and transport industry, held in Amsterdam. During these three days, the company stand received a large inflow of visitors due to the success of the spectacular innovations presented and the quality of the items.
One of the innovations presented by the company was the new RBH 500, the fastest banknote recycler on the market, capable of accepting and dispensing a note per second and which accepts all euro banknotes. It also presented the new RCH 8, the most versatile and quickest coin recycler in its category, which accepts and classifies all euro coins and dispenses up to 30 coins per second, with the minimum height between input and output of coins.
Visitors to the stand were also able to learn about the Combo MID 2030, a compact coin-recycling set, small volume and secure. This product is made of stainless steel, with a minimum height between the input and output of coins. Lastly, the Combo T, a classic with top of the range features, especially for vertical assemblies, such as kiosk-type machines.
Azkoyen Payment Technologies has been developing payment systems since 1945, having achieved the leading supplier position in several markets. Its mission is based on working with its customers to develop a range of technologies for safe and creative payment, designed with the end user in mind. Among its range of products it is worth mentioning its coin selectors and hoppers, its range of banknote readers and hoppers, as well as the complete solutions that facilitate the management of payments and collections.
For example, the internet access points at the Madrid-Barajas, Palma de Mallorca, Gerona and Fuerteventura International Airports incorporate the Azkoyen Group means of payment technology. Its AC6 coin selector installed at these terminals facilitates access to the internet for thousands of passengers who pass through the various airports of our country on a daily basis.
Since its launch in 1972, the Amsterdam Intertraffic trade fair has become the chosen meeting place for professionals from all over the world. It is an unmissable biennial event for those wishing to keep abreast of the latest developments in the fields of infrastructure, traffic management, road safety and parking. The world's leading companies present their latest products and solutions for the industry over the four days which are filled with business meetings and learning opportunities.
PAYMENT TECHNOLOGIES DIVISION
This company has been granted with a 50% co-funded financial aid by the European Regional Development Funds 2014 - 2020 of Navarre.