MILAN, Italy – Rhea Vendors Group, one of the largest producers of customized vending machines in the world, announces that it has signed a strategic agreement with REPA Group, Europe’s leading distributor of spare parts for professional kitchens, coffee machines, and vending machines. The partnership covers the German market from June and will then be extended to the whole of Europe.
With this collaboration, Rhea intends to strengthen the level of after-sales service of the Group, being able to reach the market even more quickly, efficiently, and extensively.
Thanks to the presence of logistics centers throughout Europe, deliveries can be done within 24 hours, making REPA the ideal partner for Rhea to guarantee optimized spare parts service coverage.
“As part of its efforts to strengthen its strategic services, our company has decided to invest in a partnership with the REPA Group to ensure increasingly efficient management of spare parts distribution. Starting from Germany, with an extension plan for the European market in the coming months, REPA will support Rhea in the diffusion of this new distribution model, aimed at offering an increasingly higher level of service to all customers”, explains Andrea Pozzolini, CEO of Rhea.
Rhea Vendors Group, founded by Aldo Doglioni Majer in 1960, is one of the largest producers of customized vending machines in the world. For sixty years, Rhea has stood out for its wide international reach, high-level design, state-of-the-art technology, and ‘Made in Italy’ excellence. With headquarters and manufacturing based in the province of Varese and foreign branches in 9 countries, Rhea is proud of having spread coffee culture to over 90 countries around the world.
In the last twenty years, under the leadership of Carlo Doglioni Majer, son of the founder and esteemed intellectual and artistic director of opera and theatre, Rhea has laid the foundations for an important transformation: from a global player in vending to a pioneer in the introduction of vending to the hospitality, micro-market, and out-of-home sectors, confirming its mission to interpret and often anticipate a constantly evolving market.
Since Carlo Doglioni Majer’s passing in 2018, by his express wish, Rhea has been led by a team of four managers who have been with the company for many years.