CRANE Shopper Fresh Food Vending Machine - Class 'A' Refurbishment

CRANE Shopper Fresh Food Vending Machine - Class 'A' Refurbishment

*CPI (Crane Merchandising Systems)

CPI (Crane Merchandising Systems)

Crane Merchandising Systems, now Crane Payment Integrations (CPI), machines are popular with professional vending operators.

Lead times on these machines are highly variable at this time and can only be confirmed with accuracy at point of order.

Special Offer:  Free delivery is available when you order £250.00 or more of selected products.
Our Price:  £4,000.00(Exc. 20% VAT)(£4,800.00 Inc. VAT)

You could rent this machine, and all selected options, from only:
60 Equal Monthly Payments of (exc. 20% VAT)
36 Equal Monthly Payments of (exc. 20% VAT)
(Rentals are subject to status. Please contact us for more details)


Delivery:  No charge



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Brand:  *CPI (Crane Merchandising Systems)
Machine Size Range:  Floor Standing - Large
Product Type(s):  Fresh Food Items
Energy Rating:  A

Production of the SHOPPER vending machine range was discontinued as of October 2021 but remains supported for parts and technical support untill October 2026.

CRANE Shopper Fresh Food Vending Machine - Class 'A' Refurbishment

This listing is for Class 'A' Refurbished SHOPPER Machine Models Only.

The following machine description and all pictures and brochures provded here are as were current at October 2021.

Quality | Satisfaction | Sustainability


Flexible merchandising options

The Shopper 2 offers unprecedented merchandising flexibility.Products are stocked into individual compartments on 9 rotating shelves. Each shelf comprises five trays, each of which can be divided into two, three, four or five segments.

Trays can be easily configured to hold a selection of plated main meals to small snack items, maximising the available space and offering customers a wide choice of products.

With increased compartment width and height, the Shopper 2 can also stock 229 mm diameter platters as well as upright cans, tetra paks and sandwiches for dramatically improved product display.



Why choose Shopper 2?

Nine levels, each with 127 mm tall vend doors, provide optimum product visibility, promoting sales.

Increased operator revenue/profit through widest selection of products available from one machine.

Exclusive "Prefer Max" function automatically returns the drum to the view with most products for sale.

Powered vend doors on all levels allow easy one handed operation.

LED lighting is durable and energy efficient whilst producing a brighter light.

Five Zone partitioned drum provides excellent merchandising alternatives while the two way drum rotation speeds customer selection time.

Individual selection pricing increases flexibility.

High efficiency refrigeration and improved airflow provides even temperature distribution to all levels - environmentally friendly and keeps products fresher for longer.

Refrigeration unit can be easily serviced from the front of the machine.

Foam-in-place cabinet and door increases operating efficiency and helps to reduce energy consumption.

Side-of-drum storage area keeps additional products refrigerated and available for immediate re-stocking.

Side-of-drum storage area keeps additional products refrigerated and available for immediate re-stocking.

The world’s favourite food merchandiser!

The Shopper 2 has been designed to meet the varying needs of a 24 hour refreshment service. Machines provide the largest selection of products that consumers demand, leading to higher sales volumes and increased operator profitability. Shopper 2 is the first choice for around the clock fresh food, snack and cold drinks vending.

Refrigerated product compartments


The rotating drum is fully refrigerated with air evenly distributed throughout the shelves.

Highly efficient refrigeration provides the best air distribution system in the industry.

Choice of payment systems


Shopper 2 is compatible with the leading M.D.B. and Executive coin and cashless systems.

Either option can be fitted depending on the payment format required.

Caring for the environment and reducing operating costs

The Shopper 2 is one of the most energy efficient, vending machines in the market-place today. The latest power save software reduces energy consumption whilst keeping the machine “vend ready”.

A Shopper 2 in energy save mode uses 13% less energy per hour than when in standby mode while a machine in energy save mode and door heaters switched off (where conditions allow) uses 56% less energy per hour!

The carbon footprint of the Shopper 2 is minimal, but any remaining unavoidable emissions can be offset via Crane’s CarbonNeutral® initiative.

Carbon credits can be purchased to offset the usage of this machine for a 5 year period supporting global carbon reduction projects – a first for a vending manufacturer.

Shopper 2
Shopper 2

Maximum Reliability

Increased Profitability

Consistently Delivered

Visual style to enhance any location

The Shopper 2 is available as standard in silver or metallic black to complement machines available from the CMS range.





Shopper 2

Enjoy fresh food...

...from the market leading Shopper 2!

Shopper 2 Specifications


Height: 1830 mm

Depth: 782 mm

Width: 968 mm

Weight: 323 kg

Refrigerant: R134A CFC Free

Compartment Height: 127 mm

Food Storage Area

Height: 889 mm

Depth: 406 mm

Width: 184 mm

Electrical Services

Voltage: 220/240V AC

Frequency: 50 Hz

Current Rating: 6 amps (max)

Refrigeration Unit: 1⁄2 hp compressor

Standard Capacity

115 items - 1 shelf with 20 items, 3 shelves with 15 items & 5 shelves with 10 items.

Maximum Capacity

225 items - all trays with 25 items

Temperature Control

Operating temperature controlled by electronic sensor at 3° C. Salesfunction closes down if temperature reaches 5° C.

Cooling system designed to maintain internal temperature at or below 2.2° C - 3.3° C with a 70% relative humidity at an 35° C ambient temperature.

Tray Capabilities

5 items: 229 mm - round plate

10 items: 127 mm - round plate

15 items: 90 mm - pie wedge

20 items: Fruit, sandwiches, bottles

25 items: Tetra-pacs, narrow items


Each shelf can be divided into 5, 10, 15, 20 or 25 compartments to suit various product sizes.

Minimum Capacity

45 items - all trays with 5 items

Warranty Contract Terms & Conditions

"The Company" shall mean Cafexpress Ltd, it's successors or assignees.
"The User" shall mean the legal entity naming itself upon the initial order.

  1. The Contract
    1. The contract will cover the equipment listed in the schedule for any year following receipt in full of all payments due to The Company from The User.
    2. Warranty Cover can be defined as providing repair and maintenance to the equipment specified in The Schedule within a reasonable period of time from notification. (targeted response is 8 working hours) This service will be available during The Company's normal working week, Monday to Friday, and normal working hours of 08.30 to 18.00.
    3. All parts used in the repair of, or maintaining of, the machines will be supplied by The Company in accordance with the equipment manufacturer's own parts warranty terms & conditions.
    4. The following parts are not covered under the terms of this contract and The Company reserves the right to charge for call out, labour and parts at it's normal rates and terms current at the time:
      1. Parts damaged or service calls made as a result of vandalism, manhandling, theft or attempted theft.
      2. Parts damaged or service calls made as a result of the use of incorrect or unsuitable or contaminated or damaged ingredient or product. 
      3. Parts damaged or service calls made as a result of the use of incorrect, foreign, badly damaged or spurious coins.
      4. Parts damaged or service calls made as a result of the user's operator staff or contractors practices when filling and cleaning the equipment.
      5. Parts damaged or service calls made as a result of hygiene component loss, damage or timely replacement when worn.
      6. Parts damaged or service calls made as a result of usage beyond the equipment's designed capacity and/or ability.
      7. Parts damaged or service calls made as a result of water scale damage.
      8. Parts damaged or service calls made as a result of equipment failure because of outside influence.
      9. Parts damaged or service calls made as a result of restricted ventilation to the refrigeration unit.
      10. Parts not covered within the equipment manufacturer's own parts warranty terms & conditions.
      11. Service calls made due to a non machine fault and/or no fault found upon attendance.
      12. Service calls aborted due to access to site or keys for equipment not being available on any site visit or machine installation.
      13. Service calls and/or repairs to fridge units and/or electronic boards fitted to machines of over 3 years old.
      14. Service calls and/or repairs to cashless systems. (These are covered exclusively by the cashless system provider under their own contract conditions and terms.)
    5. The following services are not covered under the terms of this contract and The Company reserves the right to charge for call out, labour and parts at it's normal rates and terms current at the time:
      1. Adjustment to beverage dispensers following a change of products dispensed, unless agreed by the company in writing.
      2. Adjustment to food or snack vendors following a change in size, shape or weight of items to be vended, unless agreed by the company in writing.
      3. Changes of vend prices, or changes to the range of coins accepted.
      4. Cleaning and/or sanitising of the equipment due to lack of performance by The User's staff or contractors in carrying out the cleaning routines or faults caused by negligence on the part of The User's staff or contractors.
      5. Training of The User's operator staff or contractors past that carried out as part of The Company's initial machine installation service.
      6. Routine changing of gas bottles, lights and filters or any routine which is the responsibility of The User's staff and/or contractors.
      7. Pressurised Boiler Tests. These must, by law, be carried out only by a fully approved and fully independent pressuried vessel testing contractor.
  2. The Company Agrees
    1. That upon our acceptance of an order  plus receipt of the appropriate payment, to provide The User with the following service: On site equipment repair service (as per paragraph 1) and to carry out preventative maintenance checks while on site and/or during water filter exchanges.
    2. To install and commission the equipment at The User's premises subject to The User completing and returning a satisfactory site survey.
    3. To train the User's designated staff or contractors in the procedures pertaining to proper use and operation of the equipment.
    4. To replace water filter cartridges twice annually on all hot drink dispensing equipment.
  3. Charges
    1. During the minimum period of this maintenance contract the total maintenance charge for the machines listed in the schedule will be as declared on the relevant invoice at time of entering contract.
    2. The first charge must be paid in advance on the signing hereof and each subsequent charge must be paid in advance alongside the equipment rental schedule.

  4. Assignment & Transfer of Contract
    1. The Company may at it's own discretion assign this contract in whole or part to any of it's approved contractors in order to best fulfil it's obligations hereunder.
    2. This contract is not otherwise transferable or reassignable unless agreed in writing by both parties.
  5. In consideration of the forgoing The User agrees:
    1. To allow The Company's service staff free access to the equipment at all reasonable times. 
    2. To allow master locks to be fitted where deemed necessary by The Company and carried out at The User's expense.
    3. To clean and sanitise the equipment to the satisfaction of The Company and in compliance with the Health and Safety at Works act.
    4. To absolve The Company of any liability for the failure to perform the obligation if such failure is caused by force majeure, fire, storm, war, civil disorder or any other circumstances beyond control of either party.
    5. To absolve The Company from any loss of The User's stock and/or revenue from the equipment, howsoever caused.

The schedule of equipment covered by this contract will be as per the initial contract invoice(s)


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