EMMERICH, Germany – Probat, world market and technology leader for coffee roasting plants and machinery, presents itself with a special booth design at the Specialty Coffee Expo in Seattle from April 19 – 22, 2018.
This year the focus of the company’s trade show appearance lies particularly on its 150th anniversary celebrations.
Following the special ceremonies for customers and partners at the IICF and the NCA’s Annual Convention, German-based Probat – represented by its American subsidiary Probat Inc. – now takes visitors of the exposition on a trip through time, covering 150 years of company history.
At America’s premier specialty coffee industry event at Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Probat shows an antique ball roaster, dating back from the late 19th century, thus emphasizing the company’s decade-long expertise in the manufacture of high-quality coffee processing technology.
The booth, the walls of which are adorned with historic photographs, provides the perfect backdrop for this very special exhibit and the presentation of the Probat 150th anniversary movie which was especially made on the occasion of the company’s jubilee.
This film portrait provides a comprehensive insight into four generations of family-owned business.
Probat 150 – Connecting Markets
Probat sets a number of milestones in its anniversary year with various high-profile events for the international coffee industry. The Probat Coffee Symposium ‘Connecting Markets’ is certainly going to be the most remarkable one.
On this occasion, leaders and executives of the international coffee industry will come together at the company’s headquarters in Germany on September 19 – 20, 2018 to share their knowledge with each other.
The two-day event will stand out for its thought-provoking key note speeches and innovative think tanks accompanied by exciting breakout sessions.
Stay informed about the Probat anniversary celebrations at www.probat150.com
Save the date: Coffee Symposium ‘Connecting Markets’ at the Probat company headquarters in Emmerich from September 19 – 20, 2018.