Beaver Machine Relocates; New Facility Will Produce Bulk Venders and BMC Media Kiosk

by Staff Reporters
Posted On: 8/11/2016

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TAGS: vending Beaver Machine Corp. relocates, coin-op, bulk vending, Heidi Schwarzli, MC Media-Kiosk

NEWMARKET, ON -- Beaver Machine Corp. has relocated to a new facility here, close to its former factory. The new address is 250 Harry Walker Pkwy. N., Unit #1, Newmarket, ON, L3Y 7B4, Canada. Telephone numbers remain the same: (800) 265-6772 [U.S.]; (905) 836-4700 [Canada and international]; and (905) 836-4737 [fax].

Newmarket is part of the greater Toronto area in the Golden Horseshoe of southern Ontario. It has been ranked as one of Canada's "best places to live" (MoneySense magazine, 2013).

Beaver describes the new facility as more modern than the previous building. "The location will allow for a better setup to build the BMC Media-Kiosk in addition to our legacy equipment," said Beaver's Heidi Schwarzli. She does not anticipate any delays in shipping equipment or parts to customers.

"Once fully moved into the new facility, an improved layout will provide added efficiencies in regards to manufacturing, assembly and shipping," Schwarzli predicted.

Beaver Machine is one of the oldest and largest manufacturers of mechanical bulk-loading vending machines and coin mechanisms. The 50-year-old company opened a high-tech subsidiary, BMC Universal Technologies, last year. It builds the BMC Media Kiosk, a bulk-loading automated retailing system that creates customer candy mixes that are dispensed in a heat-sealed and labeled package. | SEE STORY

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PHOTOS: Bernie and Heidi Schwarzli show off Beaver Machine Corp.'s new Newmarket facility, inside and outside.