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Vending companies likely to eat upgrading costs


March 18, 2011
By Ian Robertson/Toronto Sun

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Vending companies likely to eat upgrading costs
Canadian Automatic Merchandising Association (CAMA) members "are not happy" about converting their machines to handle lighter-weight Loonies and Toonies, but will likely eat the cost rather than passing it on to consumers, according to CAMA vice president Neil Madden.

March 18, 2011, Toronto – Canadian Automatic Merchandising Association
(CAMA) members "are not happy" about converting their machines to
handle lighter-weight Loonies and Toonies, but will likely eat the cost
rather than passing it on to consumers, according to CAMA vice
president Neil Madden.
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