NoteMachine, the UK's largest supplier of cash machines to the retail and leisure sectors, has opened a new cash centre in north London to serve its growing customer base.
The unveiling of the new operation follows a period of rapid expansion for the Wales-headquartered business led by former Lloyds TSB board director Peter McNamara.
This latest centre represents a six-figure investment for NoteMachine, which became the UK market leader in ATMs after acquiring 1,200 remote machines from a leading high street bank earlier this year. It now owns and operates more than 7,000 cash machines across the UK and in Germany.
Chief Operating Officer Nigel Constable said the new facility would enhance the service provided to customers, particularly in London and the East of England.
He said: "Running out of money in the cash machine is every retailer's worst nightmare. By having a strategically located cash centre in the London area and to the east of London, it enables us to continue to deliver higher levels of business continuity for our customers and their customers too.
"The move also gives NoteMachine additional cash centre capacity as it expands," he added.
Customer service is still located at NoteMachine's central 24-hour call centre in Crickhowell, Powys.