Seattle based manufacturer and designer of automatic espresso machines, Synesso has been acquired by The Middleby Corporation. Middleby is the manufacturer of commercial cooking equipment. It has acquired Synesso due to its new and innovative designs of espresso machines.
Production machines with lower energy consumption are also the reason behind Middleby’s acquisition of one of the leading espresso machine makers. Synesso has made partnerships with other brands including Concordia and Bloomfield so that it can fulfill Middleby’s agenda of making coffee machines.
Synesso is famous in the coffee world for producing energy-efficient and maintenance-free espresso machines. According to Espresso Gurus, its machines allow users to control pressure and temperatures conveniently.
Middleby is further looking to expand its coffee beverage project. The company is well known for providing commercial equipment for the beverage industry. Its operation in the coffee market along with Synesso will allow it to make more advanced equipment.
Espresso machines made by Synesso are popular for providing the desired features such as smooth pour to cup, nitro brew, cold brew and traditional carafe.
Middleby is also working with other US coffee brands including Concordia, Ss Brewtech, Together and JoeTap. Synesso has great interactions with these brands and this will benefit Middleby a lot. Middleby has also made other acquisitions to make its foodservice equipment manufacturing business more powerful.
In the last year, it had acquired Illinois based ice cream dispensing equipment maker, Taylor Company, for $1 billion.