BASEL, Switzerland – This year’s Igeho trade fair in Basel, Switzerland, will once again open its doors from 18 to 22 November to present the latest innovations from the HoReCa-market to visitors from all over the world. Vassalli Service AG by Cimbali Group will be there in hall 1.1 at stand A102, showcasing its new identity in the colors dark teal and copper orange with a focus on the business areas Coffee Bar, Offices Area and Home.
Vassalli Service AG by Cimbali Group at Igeho
Among others, the stand will provide an insight into the Global Remote Service Program, developed with TeamViewer and designed to make everyday life in the coffee industry easier through remote maintenance.
Swiss barista champion Milo Kamil will be at the stand every day from 2.00 p.m., demonstrating on the M200 (LaCimbali) how well coffee and spirits complement each other in the form of mixed drinks – for example an Irish coffee.
Here are some of the highlights the 3 brands – LaCimbali, Faema and Slayer – will exhibit:
- Area Coffee Bar: The professional segment is served with the fully-automatic machine S60 and the flagship M200 by LaCimbali. The innovative machine M200 made with more than 93% of recyclable materials features a cutting edge technology and an improved user interface for the highest coffee quality. At the same time, energy consumption is reduced and its long-term performance is secured thanks to functions such as the Energy Saving mode and bi-directional telemetry.
- Area Offices: Two of the fully-automatic machines intended for the business segment are S20 and S-Lite by LaCimbali. The compact machine S20 for personalized coffee enjoyment guarantees up to 200 cups a day and is the ideal solution for the Coffee Service-Segment. The digital scope includes the pairing with the app Cup4You as well as payment systems for personalized drinks and optimized user-friendliness.
- Area Home: Developed for the private segment is the design-machine Faemina by Faema. It is a response to the growing Home-Bar trend, made of durable materials and promotes a sustainable use through reduced heat loss and intelligent activity periods. The app BeFaema allows for a remote setting of operating parameters for optimal contactless interaction.
A special must-see is the Slayer brand corner, showcasing its iconic machines “designed and crafted in Seattle, USA” to enhance the coffee experience.
The American brand, invented by and made for baristas, constantly strives to improve the status quo in the coffee industry, providing highly-capable professionals with the perfect tools for creating their Specialty Coffee.
Slayer’s innovate and high-quality machines, featuring patented needle-valve technology, ensure excellent espresso extraction for unparalleled flavor and mouthfeel. Finally, their intentional design and tailored ergonomic features symbolise the brand’s unwavering passion to push boundaries and contribute to change, never losing sight of the global coffee community.
Additional spaces for the LaCimbali and Faema brands present the latest addition – LaCimbali’s traditional M40 – and the Faema models President and E71, equipped with sustainable thermal systems and user interface details for maximum flexibility.
Stop by and get inspired. The Swiss Cimbali Group Team looks forward to meeting you at the stand.
About Cimbali Group
Cimbali Group is one of the leading manufacturers of professional machines for making coffee and milk-based drinks, as well as coffee shop equipment.
The Group, which includes the La Cimbali, Faema, Slayer and Casadio brands, operates through three production plants in Italy and one in the United States (in Seattle, where the machines are produced under the Slayer brand), employing a total of around 850 employees.
The Group’s commitment to promoting espresso culture and the local area led to the foundation of the MUMAC Coffee Machine Museum in 2012, the first and largest permanent exhibition dedicated to the history, world and culture of espresso machines, located at the Cimbali Group headquarters in Binasco, in northern Italy. MUMAC is home to MUMAC Academy, the Cimbali Group coffee machine academy, a training, promotion and research centre.