Coca Cola Japan applies antiviral coating to 30,000 vending machines

June 30, 2020
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by Tiffany Hua
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Coca Cola Japan's announcement is in-line with the mass-adoption of antiviral coatings on frequently touched surfaces like buttons, door handles, shopping carts, elevators, and handrails as cities and businesses open back up. The company's biannual antiviral coating application on vending machine is an example of how antimicrobial technologies are slowly becoming normalized. In addition to disinfectants and implementing hygienic practices, clients should view antiviral coatings and films as another hygiene option when reintroducing employees and consumers back into shared spaces.

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