Ireland – GeWeTe take cash handling to another level at Irish Gaming ShowBy Phil - 15 March 2020
Gauselmann Group owned GeWeTe, widely regarded as the international industry’s premier cash handling experts, continued its support of the Irish Gaming Show with a high profile presence and product display which featured the Cash Center Premium, Cash Recycler Premium, WGS 200 and WGS 102 Tap & Play.
Reflecting on GeWeTe’s presence in Dublin and the market’s response to its product offering, Sales Manager for UK and Ireland, Mark Edmundson said: “Exhibitions and events such as the Irish Gaming Show are an invaluable opportunity to meet with the industry, listen to the issues of the day and demonstrate how we can help solve problems and wherever possible, create opportunities.
“This was GeWeTe’s fifth year in Dublin and followed our strong and successful showings at both EAG in January and last month’s ICE London. On a personal level I have been working with the Irish operators for over 30-years now and it was great to welcome so many visitors and familiar faces to our stand. The feedback we received was very positive and complimentary about both our portfolio and the technical back up that we offer. Although there was interest across our product line-up it was the Cash Center Premium with its stylish design and high capacity note dispenser – all backed by GeWeTe’s renowned reputation for reliability and high security features – that was the main talking point.”
He continued: “The industry is placing more emphasis on aesthetics and not just functionality and to that end many of our stand visitors highlighted the contemporary design of the range. Operators are making significant investments to deliver a contemporary consumer experience which means that all products need to complement and not detract from the environment in which they are sited. When products such as the Cash Center Premium are able to combine functionality, reliability, and great design with industry-leading technical back-up, you know you are on to a winner.”