TRIESTE, Italy – Bazzara confirms its role as export leader enterprise for the year 2023 in the famous recently drafted rank of Sole 24ore and Statista (research independent German Institute) with an excellent result: the Trieste roasting company gained the 7th place out of 250 Italian selected companies, among 9000 invited companies, and 3rd in the agrifood sector.
Being export-oriented has always been a specific feature of Bazzara: a specialization which has been strengthened over the years and which has led the company to gain the export champion award, prized as an excellence among the Italian roasting companies and the only one from Trieste among the six of the region Friuli Venezia Giulia in the rank.
Mauro Bazzara, CEO of the company, comments, “An extraordinary result and a great proud for our company. We have always been export-oriented in our strategies, and we have always believed in the culture of Made in Italy, something that makes us recognisable all over the world. This also focusing on sustainability, a value which is now paramount in our production”.
The rank “Export champions 2023” has drafted a rank of the Italian companies which, in their different production field, have stood out thanks to their export activity. This means companies that have registered the best sales volume performances in Italy and at an international level. The data used in the research have been elaborated and assessed by a research team led by Statista and they aim at highlighting the best Italian companies in the different industrial sectors which in 2023 have stood out for their export activities.
Italy is on the top of the world trade, above all for the products connected to Made in Italy and among them, the food & beverage products cannot be missed. Bazzara supports these products, which have always been present in the historical Heritage of our Bel Paese. This sector is, indeed, present in the list of excellence respectively with 13.01% and 9.37%, representing, thus, a strong part of the Italian economy.
After the long crisis period, the main hopes for an economical growth are placed upon the export activities. The annual report by ICE – the agency for the promotion abroad and the internationalisation on Italian companies – says that 80% of the exporting companies are small or medium enterprises.
Among them only 136.000 sell their products abroad. Yet, their export activities represent more that 30% of the GDP. And this is not all. According to SACE (Public society of the Italian export credit), the post covid recovery is strongly connected to exports and to a wise use of the funds given by the Pnrr (national recovery and resilience plan).
Among these companies, Bazzara, small but historical company, which became Benefit in 2021 and it is still a family-run company which has been selecting for generations the best varieties of Arabica and Robusta to allow a taste of the Italian lifestyle thanks to a fresh coffee coming from the best batches of the world coffee areas and a slow and adapted roasting.
Every cup encloses the fascinating history of the Italian culture and inevitably of the world espresso coffee capital, Trieste. This is the sense of the work done by the family Bazzara, an Italian company which has as its core business the exportation of its products, representing 98% of the total company revenue, aiming at promoting also in the other countries the culture of Made in Italy coffee.
Thanks to a precise company management, Bazzara has been able to face the new challenges with great professionalism and team work following their motto “networking”. The result is a sound company, able to develop.
In addition to this, an offer which is more and more focused on sustainable solutions. An enterprise which ensures variety and perspectives of the Italia economy, promoting a blending between technological innovation, green transition and training.
Named by National Geographic to represent the “Famous Trieste of coffee” and listed by Forbes among the “100 excellences of the Italian food sector”, Bazzara is a family-run Trieste company which produces high-quality coffee blends and which has its roots in 1937.
Thanks to three generations of the family, the company has developed itself and has established itself both on a national and on an international level thanks to the harmonious blend of the best Arabica and Robusta varieties in its Bazzara Blends, which enclose the coffee art Made in Italy.
The company is working hard also on a process of production transformation to be more ethical and sustainable, including energy saving politics, human resources valorisation and the promotion of a new line of certified organic products.
Thanks to this awareness and to the balance between creativity and tradition, new initiatives and realities were born inside the company: the prestigious Bazzara Academy, first training centre in Italy certified as SCA Premier Training Campus; the publishing line of the CoffeeBooks, including bestsellers translated into many languages and often reprinted and, last but not least, the biennial summit Trieste Coffee Experts.
Coffee is always the protagonist, however not anymore seen only as a product to be sold, but as a cultural heritage to be transmitted.