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Rancilio Espresso Machines History

A few significant dates summarize the company growth from the early years to present day.
Rancilio establishes the "Officine meccaniche RR" and the first espresso machine comes to the market..
Rancilio steadily increases its production and becomes a leader on the Italian market.
The model Z8, the famous espresso machine designed by the well known designer Marco Zanuso, is launched on the market.
The company continues growing in international markets. New production facilities are opened at Villastanza di Parabiago near Milan.
Production of the Z9 begins, strengthening the company's leadership in world markets.
Rancilio obtains the patent for the espresso coffee machine with electronic operation control.
Headquarter facilities are expanded, production output is doubled and a household line of espresso coffee machines appears on the market. From this date the growth on world markets goes on and the company brand is acknowledged as a world leader in this field. A representative office covering the Far-East countries is opened in Australia.
Rancilio espresso machines and coffee makers become available in Canada.
A branch company for close support of the US business operations is opened in Chicago.
The first Spanish branch company is opened in Barcelona.
New products have been launched in recent times; from the innovative and modern espresso coffee machine Epoca to the fashionable Class 10 with full aluminium body, from the extremely hi-tech design of Class 8 to the modern and essential Class 6.
Rancilio takes a share of Egro Swiss Coffee Systems and now offers the finest in both traditional and super-automatic espresso machines and coffee makers.  The Egro products add the ultimate in streamlined efficiency to our line



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