Tradition and innovation are the driving force behind the group’s progress towards new objectives, from generation to generation. The combination of its personal, artisanal approach to coffee with its proven technical and technological excellence has enabled the group to establish itself as world leader in the manufacture of traditional machines, with a 25% market share.
The group comprises the historic brands of La Cimbali, Faema, Casadio and Hemerson, so there is certainly no lack of experience and knowhow; indispensable elements in developing its extensive market offer of solutions for the hotel and catering industry, with traditional and highly automated machines, grinder-dosers and accessories. Reliability, performance, ergonomics and design, as well as unfailing quality in the cup, are the cornerstones of our work.
Opened in 2012 as a testimony to the company’s importance in the history of the sector and its gratitude towards the local area, MUMAC, the Espresso Machine Museum, explores, through the world’s largest exhibition of professional espresso machines, 100 years of history, technology, design and Italian style.
The museum also houses the MUMAC Library, the second largest coffee library in the world, which contains over 1,000 books dating from as early as 1592, divided into 10 thematic sections ranging from history to recipes, art and technology, as well as 15,000 documents including posters, photographs, catalogues, technical drawings and patents.
The MUMAC Academy was designed for coffee enthusiasts as a place for training, meetings and research. Located on the museum site, it is an academy where you can learn the secrets of coffee and test your talent on professional courses that issue official certifications.
Adjacent to MUMAC, there is a 280 m2 multi-purpose space for events, exhibitions, meetings and conferences.