Italian espresso machine manufacturer Didiesse has announced the relocation of its headquarters, as it celebrates 20 years of business.
Didiesse’s new headquarters covers 2,200 square metres and remains within the ASI Consortium of Pascarola in Caivano, near Naples.
The move reportedly marks a new phase of growth to offer better services and comes at the same time as a new brand identity, FSC-marked packaging and new hires.
Didiesse products will now feature a new graphic design and will bear the international FSC trademark, guaranteeing that the materials used have come from well-managed forests.
The company has also announced new appointments, including a new designer and marketing director; as well as the expansion of its assistance network to more than 160 specialised centres throughout Italy.
Didiesse produced 287,000 machines last year, with a turnover of €24 million and has forecasted annual sales of €28.5 million for 2021.
© FoodBev Media Ltd 2021
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