Nestle launches new Nespresso Aguila coffee machine in Oman, says it has capacity to produce 400 cups of coffee/hour
November 18, 2012
– Highland and Bhacker Suleman LLC, the exclusive distributor of Nespresso in Oman, unveiled the new Aguila coffee machine at the Grand Hyatt Muscat recently. Besides officials from the companies, the launch was attended by representatives of leading restaurants in Oman.
The Aguila is a professional machine for high-volume establishments. It is designed to combine traditional coffee-making techniques with the latest advancements. Aguila is the result of a collaboration between Nespresso and Thermoplan AG, a manufacturer of appliances for food service.
With a touch, the machine prepares hot and cold beverages and other milk-based recipes. Four extraction heads work simultaneously, leading to increased capacity during peak hours. Aguila saves energy by entering the 'energy saving' mode after 30 minutes of inactivity and 'maximum energy saving mode' after a longer period of inactivity. "We aim to keep an excellent brand image and promote Nespresso as a premium brand through sustainable and long-term growth. We also provide excellent after-sales follow up for our customers," said Hamza Mohd al Lawati, business development manager, Highland and Bhacker Suleman LLC.
Aguila has the capacity to produce 400 cups per hour and is said to help increase sales by 35 per cent and cut down on costs and time.
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