October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign used to increase awareness of the disease. While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take steps to have a plan to detect the disease in its early stages and encourage others to do the...

MannVend’s a small firm with a very big heart

      Isle of Man Newspapers’ Awards for Excellence 2014 is launching at the end of June, with the Awards Night on November 20. Last year’s Awards attracted a record number of entries from companies, individual, charitable organisations and the public...

Kenco will donate a glass of water for every cup of coffee sold

The Kenco Coffee Company has launched a ‘Make Every Cup Count’ campaign with the goal of providing 500 million glasses of clean water to South American coffee farming communities. From March 1 until December 31, 2014, Kenco will donate one glass of clean water for...

Daniel Carpenter Joins the Sales Team

MannVend is pleased to announce that Dan Carpenter has joined the company as Sales Executive. Dan joins MannVend after seven years of diverse sales experience at RBSI where he fine-tuned his sales skills in the area of offshore mortgages. Dan said, "I was ready for a...

AVS Top Award for Chairman

Brian Leahy, Chairman of MannVend has received national acclaim at a prestigious vending awards ceremony in Europe. He has been voted ‘Member of the Year 2012’ at the Associated Vending Service’s Awards held at a glamorous gala dinner on Friday evening in the grounds...

Chocolate Giveaway!

Staff at MannVend gave generously to raise an amazing £120 for Breakthrough Breast Cancer Isle of Man. The prize was a magnificent chocolate hamper kindly donated by Cadbury's, and won by the Cochrane family. Representatives from the local charity accepted the cheque...

Brian Leahy wins top vending award

Brian Leahy, Chairman of MannVend has been voted ‘Member of the Year 2011’ at the Associated Vending Service’s Awards held at a black tie event at the Belfry, West Midlands on Thursday 12th January 2012. Nominations for the coveted award are made for the person who...

Business Benefits

Save time and money

On average, staff will take 5 minutes to make themselves a hot drink. For a company with 30 staff, this would equate to 7.5 hours downtime a day for 3 drinks per person. At £18 per hour wages, that’s £35,100 a year spent on time making drinks the traditional way...

...A drinks machine can make a delicious drink in 20 seconds.

Internal Culture

People are demanding better quality coffee, or spending time away from the business to buy it. Bringing a bean to cup machine into your working environment changes all that – and creates a place where staff can engage with each other. Morale is always improved when fresh coffee is available in the workplace.

Hassle Free

You can opt for our full servicing and supply package and we’ll take care of everything, ensuring your machine is kept clean, serviced for optimal performance and manage supplies. Or, for our smaller machines, we can offer training to keep your machine clean, although our engineers are always on call should you require technical support.

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