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Ariston

Produced by Indesit Company, Ariston is an Italian company based in Fabriano, Ancona province. It is one of the leading European manufacturers and distributors of major domestic appliances (washing machines, dryers, dishwashers, fridges, freezers, cookers, hoods, ovens and hobs).It claims to be the undisputed leader in major markets such as Italy, the UK and Russia.Founded in 1975 and listed on the Milan stock exchange since 1987, the Group posted sales of €2.7 billion in 2013. It has eight industrial areas (in Italy, Poland, the UK, Russia and Turkey) and 16,000 employees. The Group’s main brands are Ariston, Indesit, Hotpoint and Scholtès.

With the recent acquisition of Indesit Company SpA, in October 2014, Whirlpool's organization in EMEA (Europe, Middle East & Africa) counts approximately 24,000 employs, has a sales presence in 35 markets and 15 manufacturing and technology research centers in 8 countries. Whirlpool is now the largest player in the region, with its three pan-European brands, Whirlpool, Indesit and KitchenAid, two regional brands, Hotpoint and Bauknecht, and a number of other local brands, including Scholtes, Ariston, Laden, Polar and Ignis, which reached annual sales of approximately €5 billion in 2015, and around 25 Million products shipped in 140 countries worldwide.

On December 31st, 2016 Whirlpool Europe S.r.l. merged into Indesit Company S.p.A.. That same day Indesit’s name changed to Whirlpool EMEA S.p.A..

In 2017, the EMEA region will have a new home in the vibrant heart of Lombardy. Headquarters will move to Milan in an award-winning building perfectly suited for Whirlpool’s world leadership position and its strong orientation to innovation, design and sustainability.

Bertazzoni

Bertazzoni is a company from Emilia-Romagna, which has been making household cooking appliances for over 130 years. After concentrating on foreign markets and having become a symbol of Made in Italy excellence around the world, the company has now decided to focus on the Italian market. The two company brands, Bertazzoni and Bertazzoni La Germania, stand for cutting-edge engineering, precise design and the joy of good cooking. They feature the full range of products found in the cooking sector, such as freestanding kitchens, hobs, ovens and extractor hoods that will meet any perfectionist’s cooking needs.

Founded in 1882, the company has always been run by the Bertazzoni family, now in its sixth generation. About 250 employees work at the Guastalla factory, the company headquarters, where they manufacture approximately 200,000 units per year. With a consolidated turnover of €78 million in 2013, the company exports its products to over sixty countries around the world, from Europe to the United States, the Middle and Far East and Australia.

One of Italy’s very first registered businesses in the industry, the brand offers high-quality cooking appliances that encapsulate the values of an ancient tradition of excellence, sharing a deep bond with this region that is famous for its mechanical engineering skills and gourmet culture.

Bertazzoni and Bertazzoni La Germania products combine technological innovation with cutting-edge, functional design to achieve professional results. The classic, modern or rustic high-profile aesthetic styles provide your kitchen with genuine items of interior design that also guarantee excellent performance.

The Bertazzoni brand was launched in the United States in 2005 for the specialist sector. It caters to the high-end of the market with household cooking appliances that underline its company values. With their elegant, refined design, Bertazzoni products are divided into four different aesthetic styles: Professional, Design, Master and Heritage.

Cuisinart

Cuisinart is an American home appliance brand owned by Conair Corporation. The company was started in 1971 by Carl Sontheimer to bring an electric food processor to the US market.  The "Food Processor" was the first model, introduced at the National Housewares Exposition in Chicago in 1973 and released in Canada in 1975.

In 1986, Cuisinart introduced a chopper/grinder (the Mini-Mate) and has since expanded to include a wide variety of products.  Cuisinart became the property of Conair Corporation in 1989.

Delizia

As one of the youngest brand in Indonesia dealing with “white goods’ home appliances, Delizia has evolved as Trusted Brand by home owners to live in their Home to serve the best for the family.
The history of Delizia was started in the year of 2000 with “Designer Hoods”from Italy  and by serving with more line up in Indonesia, now Delizia has played a leading role in Kitchen Appliances Industry by setting up standard in Durability, Exclusivity and Luxury.
Thanks to huge and complete line-up, Delizia Appliances will transform and match all Kicthen Designs, from Contemporary, Country, Minimalis as well as modern Kitchen into a luxury Design Kitchen.

Faber

Since 1955, Faber has been making high quality, Italian engineered kitchen range hoods.
With over 30 models to choose from, we offer the style, selection and features to vent your kitchen and clean the air. At Faber, Air Matters and has been important for over sixty years. Thank you for visiting our site.

Gaggia

The founder, Achille Gaggia, applied for a patent (patent number 365726) for the first modern steamless coffee machine on September 5, 1938, to be used commercially in his coffee bar. The machine forced water to flow over the coffee grounds at a high pressure, producing the 'crema' that is unique to espresso.

The Gaggia company was founded in 1947 and formally incorporated in 1948. It first produced machines for commercial use, but shortly thereafter released the Gilda, its first home machine. The company continues to produce quality espresso machines (as well as accessories) from classic manual machines to the innovative super-automatic models recently added to the line. As of 2010, all Gaggia espresso and coffee machines are still manufactured in Milan at the Robecco sul Naviglio factory. The 2015 Gaggia Classic is built in Romania instead. The Gaggia S.p. A company was purchased in 1999 by fellow Italian competitor Saeco International Group, which in turn was purchased by Dutch manufacturer Philips in 2009. Gaggia still operates a separate line but now is using Saeco designs in some of its domestic espresso machines. Before the takeover by Philips most domestic espresso machines from Gaggia had aluminium boilers. Now they have stainless steel boilers.

InSinkErator

InSinkErator is a company and brand name known for producing instant hot water dispensers and waste disposal systems, generally called garbage disposals or garbage disposers. 

The company was founded in Racine, Wisconsin by John W. Hammes, who was working as an architect there. Hammes is credited with inventing the "in-sink" food waste disposal in 1927, for his wife. 

It works by grinding and shredding solid food waste. He spent ten years improving the design and went into business selling the appliance. His company was called the In-Sink-Erator Manufacturing Company. The name is a play on the word "incinerator" and refers to the fact that the mouth of the disposal unit is located "in" the "sink".

The company was acquired in 1968 and is now a division of Emerson Appliance Solutions, part of Emerson (NYSE: EMR), a global technology and engineering company which serves industrial, commercial, and consumer markets.

In 2006 In-Sink-Erator changed their name to InSinkErator, and redesigned the company logo. They also released a re-engineered line of high technology disposers branded as the Evolution Series.

InSinkErator is headquartered in Racine, Wisconsin (USA).

Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver is a phenomenon across the globe. As one of the world’s best loved chefs, he continues to enjoy huge success on television and in publishing, with more than 35 television titles broadcast in over 180 territories, and in excess of 39 million books sold to date. Today his range of kitchen tools continues to inspire and delight budding chefs and home cooks alike. With attention to design, function and performance, the Jamie Oliver range has extended further to include more products which Jamie would be happy to use in his own kitchen.

KitchenAid

KitchenAid is an American home appliance brand owned by Whirlpool Corporation. The company was started in 1919 by The Hobart Corporation to produce stand mixers; the "H-5" was the first model introduced. The company faced stiff competition as rivals moved into this emerging market, and introduced its trademarked silhouette in the 1930s with the model "K", the work of designer Egmont Arens. The brand's stand mixers have changed little in design since, and attachments from the model "K" onwards are compatible with the modern machines. Dishwashers were the second product line to be introduced, in 1949. A late 1980s promotional campaign on the back of an expansion by retailer Williams-Sonoma saw brand awareness double in three years.
 
The idea of a stand mixer was formulated by Herbert Johnston, an engineer working at the Hobart Corporation. He had been inspired after seeing a baker mix dough, and thought that there must be a better way of doing the task. In 1914, development began, and soon the model "H" mixer was launched for industrial work. The U.S. Navy ordered mixers for two new Tennessee-class battleships, California   and Tennessee, as well as the U.S. Navy's first dreadnought battleship, South Carolina. In 1917, Hobart stand mixers became standard equipment on all U.S. Navy ships, prompting development to begin on the first home models.
 
The first machine to carry the KitchenAid name was the ten-quart C-10 model, introduced in 1918 and built at Hobart's Troy Metal Products subsidiary in Springfield, Ohio. Prototype models were given to the wives of factory executives, and the product was named when one stated "I don't care what you call it, but I know it's the best kitchen aid I've ever had!" They were initially marketed to the farmhouse kitchen and were available in hardware stores. But owing to the difficulty in convincing retailers to take up the product, the company recruited a mostly female sales force, which sold the mixers door-to-door. The C-10 machine was also marketed heavily toward soda fountains and small commercial kitchens, and was also sold under the FountainAid and BakersAid model names.
 
In 1922, KitchenAid introduced the H-5 mixer as its new home-use offering. The H-5 mixer was smaller and lighter than the C-10, and had a more manageable five-quart bowl. The model "G" mixer, about half the weight of the "H-5" was released in August 1928. In the 1920s, several other companies introduced similar mixers, and the Sunbeam Mixmaster became the most popular among consumers until the 1950s.
 

KitchenAid mixers remained popular, and in the late 1930s, the factory would completely sell out its products each Christmas. The factory was closed for the duration of World War II. After the war, production started up again in 1946 when the factory moved to Greenville, Ohio, to expand capacity.

In 1985, the company purchased the Chambers Company to incorporate its range of cookers into the KitchenAid brand. After being cleared by a Federal appeals court in January 1986, Whirlpool Corporation was cleared to purchase KitchenAid after initial complaints regarding competition from dishwasher manufacturers White Consolidated Industries and Magic Chef were dismissed. Refrigerators were added to the product line later in 1986. The company used the popularity of celebrity chefs during the late 1980s to seize the chance to expand its customer range. In 1988, retailer Williams-Sonoma was opening new stores across the United States and released a cobalt blue stand mixer for the company. Although the retailer had been carrying KitchenAid products since 1959, the new stores introduced the mixers to a wider range of home cooks. This combined with a change in marketing strategy for KitchenAid, which resulted in a doubling of brand awareness over the course of the following three years.

KitchenAid began manufacturing blenders and other small appliances in the mid-1990s. The brand was further promoted by sponsoring the PBS show Home Cooking, and by introducing the mixers to television chefs such as Julia Child and Martha Stewart. Following the success with William-Sonoma, specific points of purchase were set up in department stores such as Kohl's and Macy's. Specific color mixers were released for specific retailers or to benefit charities, such as a pink mixer released to raise funds for breast cancer research or mixers sold at Target stores being available in that company's signature shade of red. The ProLine range of appliances was launched in 2003 with an initial six-month exclusivity agreement with Williams-Sonoma.

La Germania

Bertazzoni is a company from Emilia-Romagna, which has been making household cooking appliances for over 130 years. After concentrating on foreign markets and having become a symbol of Made in Italy excellence around the world, the company has now decided to focus on the Italian market. The two company brands, Bertazzoni and Bertazzoni La Germania, stand for cutting-edge engineering, precise design and the joy of good cooking. They feature the full range of products found in the cooking sector, such as freestanding kitchens, hobs, ovens and extractor hoods that will meet any perfectionist’s cooking needs.

Founded in 1882, the company has always been run by the Bertazzoni family, now in its sixth generation. About 250 employees work at the Guastalla factory, the company headquarters, where they manufacture approximately 200,000 units per year. With a consolidated turnover of €78 million in 2013, the company exports its products to over sixty countries around the world, from Europe to the United States, the Middle and Far East and Australia.

One of Italy’s very first registered businesses in the industry, the brand offers high-quality cooking appliances that encapsulate the values of an ancient tradition of excellence, sharing a deep bond with this region that is famous for its mechanical engineering skills and gourmet culture.

Bertazzoni and Bertazzoni La Germania products combine technological innovation with cutting-edge, functional design to achieve professional results. The classic, modern or rustic high-profile aesthetic styles provide your kitchen with genuine items of interior design that also guarantee excellent performance.

The Bertazzoni brand was launched in the United States in 2005 for the specialist sector. It caters to the high-end of the market with household cooking appliances that underline its company values. With their elegant, refined design, Bertazzoni products are divided into four different aesthetic styles: Professional, Design, Master and Heritage.

Royal

In the year 1994, Royal Dispenser introduced the legendary "NS2000" model in indonesian market.  The "NS2000" was an instant success, as its smooth silky design and anti-spill technology made it a game changer in the world of dispensers.
Today, Royal has a complete line up from Top Table and Top Load to Bottom Load water dispensers.  With a strong commitment to produce a dispenser that fulfills your every need, Royal has gained a reputation as one of the most reliable water dispensers in Indonesia.

Scholtes

Produced by Indesit Company, Ariston is an Italian company based in Fabriano, Ancona province. It is one of the leading European manufacturers and distributors of major domestic appliances (washing machines, dryers, dishwashers, fridges, freezers, cookers, hoods, ovens and hobs).It claims to be the undisputed leader in major markets such as Italy, the UK and Russia.Founded in 1975 and listed on the Milan stock exchange since 1987, the Group posted sales of €2.7 billion in 2013. It has eight industrial areas (in Italy, Poland, the UK, Russia and Turkey) and 16,000 employees. The Group’s main brands are Ariston, Indesit, Hotpoint and Scholtès.

With the recent acquisition of Indesit Company SpA, in October 2014, Whirlpool's organization in EMEA (Europe, Middle East & Africa) counts approximately 24,000 employs, has a sales presence in 35 markets and 15 manufacturing and technology research centers in 8 countries. Whirlpool is now the largest player in the region, with its three pan-European brands, Whirlpool, Indesit and KitchenAid, two regional brands, Hotpoint and Bauknecht, and a number of other local brands, including Scholtes, Ariston, Laden, Polar and Ignis, which reached annual sales of approximately €5 billion in 2015, and around 25 Million products shipped in 140 countries worldwide.

On December 31st, 2016 Whirlpool Europe S.r.l. merged into Indesit Company S.p.A.. That same day Indesit’s name changed to Whirlpool EMEA S.p.A..

In 2017, the EMEA region will have a new home in the vibrant heart of Lombardy. Headquarters will move to Milan in an award-winning building perfectly suited for Whirlpool’s world leadership position and its strong orientation to innovation, design and sustainability.

Staron

LOTTE ADVANCED MATERIALS, formerly Cheil Industries which was established in 1954 as the founding parent company of the Samsung Group. Kicked off its chemical business as part of its portfolio expansion strategy. 

In 1992, the company started its Solid Surface Business and creating the brand STARON. In 2009, it made a foray into engineered stone business in a move to strengthen its business portfolio further. In May 2016, the company is renamed as LOTTE ADVANCED MATERIALS, a move forward toward achieving a greater vision of becoming a global powerhouse of high-quality materials.

STARON widely used for interiors of kitchen, bathroom, office spaces, and homes. The combination of high technology and high design in these materials can turn any remodeling project & neew contruction project into fully functional work of art. LOTTE ADVANCED MATERIALS products are a top-of-the-line-product, which has been certified with ISO 9002 (International Quality Certification) and ISO 14000 (International Environmental Management Certification). Furthermore, it has been certified with NSF51(Food Zone) meeting the stringent standards for health and environmental science industries. Our high-quality solid surface & quartz surface are an integration of expertise and technology.

Supor

Groupe SEB - World Leader in Small Domestic Appliances and Cookware Industry

Groupe SEB, Supor’s controlling shareholder, founded in 1857, boasts a history of more than 150 years.. 200 million products are sold yearly in more than 150 countries.

  •   29 industrial sites worldwide
  •   more than 300 new products launched every year
  •   25,800 employees worldwide    
  •   No. 1 worldwide in sales of 10 product categories

Cookware, pressure cookers, steam irons and steam generators, electric kettles, steam cookers, food processors, toasters, deep fryers, bread makers,informal meal appliances. 

Whirlpool

Whirlpool Corporation (NYSE: WHR) is the number one major appliance manufacturer in the world, with approximately $21 billion in annual sales, 93,000 employees and 70 manufacturing and technology research centers in 2016.  The company markets Ariston, Whirlpool,  KitchenAid,  Maytag,  Consul,  Brastemp, Amana, Bauknecht, Jenn-Air, Indesit and other major brand names in nearly every country throughout the world. Additional information about the company can be found on Twitter at @WhirlpoolCorp.