Turnover: 140 million EUR (2019)
The company's history dates back to 1933, when Alfonso Bialetti developed an aluminum coffee maker in his Piedmontese metal workshop, the Moka Express, in which pressurized steam is used to brew ground coffee. The success of this "Italian coffee maker" spread throughout Italy and Europe after the Second World War. From 1954 onwards, the company extended its range to include small coffee-related appliances (blenders, grinders, etc.) and various kitchen accessories.
since the 2000s, Bialetti has acquired a number of competitors (Rondine, Girmi, CEM, Aeternum, etc.) to become Bialetti Industrie. The group developed its own coffee machines, notably the 2006 release of the "Mokona" with its innovative trivalent functionality (capsules, pods and ground coffee), and in 2010 a range of "I CAFFÈ D'ITALIA" capsules compatible with their machines.
In 2007, Bialetti gave life to its project to create a network of BIALETTI-branded stores, opening eight points of sale in major Italian cities, such as Brescia, Firenze, Milano, Parma, Perugia, Pescara and Torino, the network has since grown to over 180 stores in Italy and abroad.
Legal Name: BIALETTI FRANCE
Address: 8 RUE HENRI BECQUEREL , 92500 RUEIL-MALMAISON
Number of employees: Entre 10 et 19 salariés (2018)
Capital: 7 018 050 EUR
|Year||Turnover (€)||Net Profit (€)||Fiscal Year End||Fiscal Year Duration|
|2018||3 851 349 EUR||-7 437 609 EUR||31/12/2018||12|
|2017||6 930 780 EUR||240 121 EUR||31/12/2017||12|
|2016||8 031 310 EUR||435 871 EUR||31/12/2016||12|
|2015||6 172 004 EUR||347 582 EUR||31/12/2015||12|
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