Today Dometic announces a game-changing new minibar series, Dometic HiPro. The new minibars reduce operational expenses for hotel owners by lowering power consumption considerably. Dometic itself designs and manufactures the advanced engineering technology that made it possible for the new series to achieve up to 40% lower power consumption (own comparison) while improving cooling performance.
Peter Kjellberg, CMO and Head of Other Verticals says, “In addition to superior performance, the new series has many industry-first designs. Unique interior illumination is made so that the entire menu in the bar is beautifully presented through the full-glass door, even the minibar door rack which has been designed to hold champagne bottles.
The guests will see the beautifully curated menu in the minibar when they enter the room. The hotelier can design the in-room bar with their own character and create a new entertainment focal point for their guests.”
Sustainability aspects should not be forgotten. Dometic is the first in the industry to introduce a chromate-free absorption inhibitor. This allows Dometic minibars to comply with the strictest environmental regulations in the world.
For hoteliers and resort brands who care about their sustainable profile, Dometic minibars are a safe choice as they are a future-proof investment.
Note to Editors
Dometic is a global market leader in branded solutions for mobile living in the areas of Food & Drinks, Climate, Power & Control and Other Applications. Dometic operates in the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific, providing products for use in motorhomes, trucks and premium cars, pleasure and workboats, and for a variety of other uses. Our motivation is to create smart and reliable products with outstanding design. We sell our products in approximately 100 countries and have a global distribution and dealer network in place to serve the aftermarket. Dometic employs approximately 6,500 people worldwide, had net sales of more than SEK 16.2 billion (USD 1.8 billion) in 2020 and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.