Swiss-based automatic espresso machine manufacturer, Eversys, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.
It is marking this occasion with the launch of a limited-edition machine – the Cameo X, and a brand refresh.
Since its creation in 2009, Eversys’ goal has always been to create high-quality espresso, at the touch of a button, without any limitations, cup after cup.
In the past year, the manufacturer has launched new technology such as its 1.5 step milk option and now the e’levelling automatic powder distribution system. Eversys has also opened offices in Hong Kong and London to add to its existing premises in New York City.
This year also saw the unveiling of a newly-refined logo, aimed at consolidating Eversys’ external image to the clean lines and sophistication it feels its machines represent.
Furthermore, the company has invested heavily in its infrastructure with a new purpose-built factory in Sierre, and is also implementing a new cloud-based ERP business solution across the company. Eversys now employs over 130 people across the world and has business across 38 countries.
Martin Strehl, CEO of Eversys said: “I have been very satisfied with the progress Eversys has achieved in such a short period of time. This is mainly due to the dedication of our passionate team, as well as the market acceptance of our technology. There have been some key milestones that have brought us where we are today and, with all of the current projects under development, I feel confident that we can maintain our current pace of growth and expand our portfolio of influence.”
To mark the anniversary, the manufacturer is launching a new limited-edition machine, the Cameo X.
In addition to all the key features of the existing c’2 machine (including the e’connect technology and the e’API), the Cameo X will incorporate all of the latest Eversys developments including the 1.5 step milk option and the e’levelling system.
There will only be 250 machines available, and all of these limited-edition machines will be sold with certificates of authenticity and will have engraved numbers on the chassis to record their uniqueness.
The machine features semi-transparent glass side panels, so consumers can experience the mechanisms behind the production of their cup of coffee. There are also new textures and materials specifically utilised for the Cameo X, such as copper painted metal, carbon and natural fibres.