Fracino coffee machine sits alongside Beckham’s motorbike
Fracino’s partnership with new customer, the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull, is proving a roaring success in more ways than one.
Two of Fracino’s revolutionary coffee machines have a new home in the museum, with the Contempo dual fuel espresso coffee machine alongside the famous Triumph Bonneville T100 bike which recently featured in David Beckham’s BBC documentary.
Entitled ‘David Beckham: Into The Unknown’, the programme saw David and three of his friends explore Brazil and ride deep into the Amazon. Designed to be ridden hard through rough terrain - allowing for complete control on remote jungle tracks - the bike proved the perfect mode of transport.
New customers include Nisbets - the 'leading multichannel' company for catering equipment and catering supplies which has expanded across Europe, Oceania and North America.
Fracino’s PID two group espresso coffee machine - comprising world-class engineering skills and state-of-the-art production methods – is also on show as it caters for customers in the museum’s café.
Fracino Sales Manager, John McGinnell, said: “As one of our new and valued customers, we are extremely proud to see our machines providing great coffee to the National Motorcycle Museum visitors. It’s also a major bonus that the Contempo dual fuel espresso coffee machine will sit behind the bike that David rode in his documentary.
“As a champion of British manufacturing, it’s tremendous that our product is featured with Triumph Motorcycles, the UK’s largest motorcycle manufacturer.”