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Cambridge (01223 839644)

office@jfcyorkshire.co.uk

 

Sheffield  (0114 360 2428)

anna@caffecarino.co.uk

 

Central eFax: 020 7900 2024

 

Vat No: 876 9313 76

 

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Caffe Carino

Part of JFC Distribution

A trading style of SmithMartin LLP

Carthouse 3, Copley Hill Business Park

Babraham, Cambridge, CB22 3GN

 

 

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We recycle our grounds

and donate them to gardeners

as natural fertiliser.

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Our coffee vehicles are bespoke built from the base of an Italian Piaggio Ape mini-truck.

 

See more of the Ape concept and history here.

 

The rear flat bed has a new moulded and pressed servery 'box', lined with high quality stainless steel.

 

Well designed, easy to clean and from the best materials

 

The electronics, additional batteries and a powerful capacitor are fitted in secure panels on the chassis, beneath the servery area.

 

One innovative aspect is that the gas source for the boiler is integrated into the vehicle by mounts on the chassis.

 

Thus, wherever we serve, there is no external gas bottle or piping to impair the visual impact of our presentation.

 

Our large capacity water tank, again mounted on the under servery area, means that your Caffe Carino coffee truck is neat, ready to go and can serve for prolonged periods without recharge...

 

...and it makes great coffee too!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some images of

trucks we looked

at on a recent

research trip to Italy