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Productive VendExpo show reported by Innovative Technology

A busy and productive VendExpo was reported by Innovative Technology – the leading cash handling equipment provider. The show gathered together key players from the Russian Vending market and took place last week in Moscow, Russia.
Georgiy Frolov, Business Development Manager commented, “VendExpo was a real success for ITL this year. Not only did we have a very busy stand over the three days at the show, but we were also delighted to see our products on several exhibitors stands, some of them market leaders in Russia – extending our product market reach even further.  I was delighted to be joined by some of my international colleagues at the exhibition, our largest event in the ITL Russian calendar.” 
Georgiy continued, “Customers visiting the ITL stand had a clear vison about the products they were interested in and wanted to demo.  It gave us the opportunity to present our latest innovation the NV9 Spectral, to the Russian vending market which was very well received. The NV9 Spectral is a highly secure and technologically advanced banknote validator, with state-of-the-art spectral sensors which provide high resolution imaging, scanning 1.28 million data points to authenticate the validity of notes. Its. The first version of this product, the NV9, is already well-used in Russia and for the export market. Visitors were impressed by the NV9’s modular design which means customers can also add on recycling (NV11) or printing (NV12) capabilities.”
Visitors to VendExpo were also able to try out ITL’s NV200 Spectral which has received independent approval from the Central Bank of Russia (CBR). Plus, some of their SMART product range were also popular with visitors especially the SMART Coin System (SCS) and SMART Payout. 
“Thank you to all those who visited us at VendExpo.  Next stop for the Russian team will be PLUS Forum - Banking 2018 on 14th-15th November 2018 in Moscow,” concluded Georgiy.