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BeVco, renowned and successful Italian brand, was born from the merger of two historical beverage equipment manufacturers: Brewservice and Nuti.
SODAX, dedicated to the production of POU water coolers, and CEM Industries, reality with over thirty years of experience in the sector, also joined the group.
The fusion of these 4 technological and manufacturing excellences resulted in the creation of a worldwide leading group.
Last but not least, a new production site, Bevco Balcani, has been recently added to the italian facilities.
This will grant more presence on the territory, more flexibility and, above all, higher production volumes supported by important investments in machinery and technologies, used by skilled personnel.
Our priority is the expectations and needs of our customers and we commit to ensure excellence.
From design to development of finished products, every solution aims at satisfying all requests, also when this requires customization.
Driven by passion in what we do, we focus our investments on the continuous research of innovative solutions.
Moreover particular attention to the responsible use of resources and respect of the environment is now stronger than ever: some examples? undercounter and overcounter R290 refrigerated premix and postmix coolers, redesigned water tanks with increased insulation thickness and use of a special recyclable insulation material delivering a 40% better thermal efficiency, machines made using aluminum instead of plastic.
Our offer is wide and complete, embraces every kind of beverage and targets different markets: we produce dispensing systems for beer, water, soft drinks, juices and our brand new cold brew coffee dedicated to Ho.Re.Ca., Vending, OCS and Home.
Whenever beverage is the issue, BeVco is the solution