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Astoria celebrates its first 50 years at Sigep

The Italian company is a leading producer of quality professional espresso coffee machines

It’s 2019, and Astoria will be blowing out 50 candles at Sigep, the leading international trade fair in Rimini for specialty ice creams, pastries breads and coffees. This will be the first in a series of events taking place throughout the year that will culminate at Host 2019. The company from Susegana (Veneto Region) is a leading producer of quality professional espresso coffee machines. From January 19 to 23, 2019 they will be welcoming visitors to their expo space (Pavilion D1 – Stand 187) to see the finest items in their line of products. There will also be an open bar and a happy hour for all the friends and customers who have come to know the world of Astoria throughout these 50 years.

Half a century is quite a milestone; this is why the company wanted to celebrate with some surprises. In fact,to mark the occasion there will be a preview of three new machines designed by Adriano Design: the new Core200, a machine with a minimalist design built with maximum care; the HYbrid Heritage, an upgrade of the revolutionary HYbrid, the missing link between traditional espresso machines and super-automatic machines; and finally the Storm Frc, the winner of the Good Design Awards and the German Design Awards, two of the most prestigious and accredited prizes in the world industrial design sector.

“It is an honor for us to be able to celebrate 50 years of our company by presenting three models that will launch us into a future where more attention and care are invested into products with unique concepts and shapes that reinforce our character and identity,” explained Managing Director Beppino Ceotto.

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