CCA have outlined their returns policy on postmix (BiB) currently held by TAG members.
The guidelines from the business below provides framework however they would like to work with our members and ensure the financial impact is minimal.
- CCA to pick up BIB stock once we understand stock quantities and BBD.
- They will pick up stock that has BBD of 1st May or later, unopened and not connected to equipment.
- Leave a number of BIB’s for when outlets re-open and to flush the lines.
CCA will support during these unprecedented times and will either
- Pick up stock and credit or provide free stock for impacted BIBS once business is back to normal.
- Leave stock with TAG member & provide free stock for impacted BIBS once business is back to normal.
Contact Daks Vyas at [email protected] or on 0427 918 232
Please find attached below formal instructions on how to shutdown postmix & frozen carbonated machines.
Key points to note:
- Shutdowns are not compulsory and if the machines are kept on they will consume an amount of power but it is safe to keep the equipment connected if the customer chooses to do so.
- Depending on the time the machine is in-active, even if it remains switched on, it may require a service call to flush the lines (particularly no sugar variants) to start up again.
Critical Instructions :
- If the equipment is shut down only an Amatil EQS technician can power up the equipment.
- The minimum turnaround they can provide customers is 1 weeks’ notice to complete this.
CCA will monitor government decisions closely and try to anticipate any changes to proactively start-up equipment again. However, there may be a time lag to get the equipment running again and Uni’s accept the risk that their equipment may be down if they choose to shut down equipment now