De’Longhi Romania’s revenues rose 30 pct last year to RON 1.2 bn

De’Longhi Romania, the local subsidiary of the Italian coffee machine maker, has registered revenues of RON 1.22 billion (EUR 262 million) last year, up 30 percent compared to 2017, the group said on Tuesday, according to Business-Review.eu.

The group owns well-known brands like Kenwood, Braun and De’Longhi and operates a large 65,000 sqm-factory in Jucu, near Cluj (the biggest city in Transylvania), since 2012, in the location build some years earlier by Nokia.

At the Jucu plant, the Italian group produces fully automated De’Longhi espresso machines, Braun mixers, as well as capsule espresso machines for a partner company.

“In one year, we produce over 1.4 million fully automated espresso machines, 2.3 million small appliances for food preparation, and 700,000 capsule espresso machines,” said Massimo Paronitti, Operations Director for Europe at De’Longhi.

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