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The International Gambling and Gaming Trade Show, FIJMA 2022 (Feria Internacional del Juego) took place over three days in the Spanish capital last week. The show brought together the international companies and manufacturers of slots and gaming equipment plus this year the exhibition attracted some amusement trade representatives too.

Commenting on a successful show for ITL Spain, Mustapha Hadj-Ahmed, ITL Sales Director said, “It was great to be back exhibiting and networking with our Spanish gaming customers after such a long time since the last in-person event. The stand was full of customers, especially the first two days and we had lots of interest in our latest cash recycling offerings. Visitors were impressed with our compact note recycler NV22 Spectral (NV22S) and advanced coin recycler Smart Coin System (SCS) combination to give Operators the best fit for cash handling efficiency for gaming machines in Spain.”

Antonio Rodriguez, Business Development Manager for ITL Spain continued, “Our NV22 Spectral was the clear star of the show. With itsspace-saving design the compact unit which combines a ‘Multi-Note Float’ (MNF) payout with our banknote validator fits into most existing gaming machines. When demoing the unit customers were impressed with the mixed storage and recycling capacity plus improved serviceability which reduces the need for expensive engineer calls.”

Continuing Antonio said, “Customers were also happy to see more OEMs using our Smart Coin System as their first choice for coin recycling in their machines withOperators reporting a 40% reduction in float levels. This bulk coin validator, mixed coin hopper and recycler in one which validates, discriminates, and stores mixed coins, successfully handling different denominations from small to large. By using the SCS with NV22S machine downtime and coin starvation are eradicated, keeping machines running. Customers also praised the Spectral Payout for improvements in quality and speed when compared to older note payout versions.”

Concluding Mustapha said, “Thanks to all our customers, both existing and new who took the time to come and see us at FIJMA. The sector is optimistic about the future, despite being fewer machines on the street because of the pandemic, with many organisations reporting similar income levels pre-pandemic. I hope the industry continues to develop and be profitable and we look forward to providing the best cash handling solutions to our customers in Spain helping them generate real cost efficiencies.”

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