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Mazzer

Mazzer was founded between WWI and WWII by Luigi Mazzer (born 1912). He first founded “La Veneta”, then, back in the 40s, the production of professional coffee-grinders and grinder-dosers started: this is how this precision-mechanic workshop became a highly specialized one.

The company was then given the name “Mazzer” and quickly gained a major position in the worldwide coffee-grinders and grinder-dosers production. Since then, many things have changed, but their passion for mechanical engineering and for things done to the letter stays the same.

They are headed to the future but still in deep touch with the past, a past made of values and leadership in this sector. Mazzer’s engineers are constantly working on new products in order to reach higher quality standards.

All Mazzer grinders are produced in our Gardigiano di Scorzè plant. From here, all their certified products are then shipped and sold in over ninety different countries in the world. There is an increased demand from more and more coffee companies each year, choosing their coffee grinders and our grinder-dosers.

To guarantee the maximum quality, Mazzer pays attention to every single detail. Production in grinder-dosers and coffee-grinders taking technology and innovation into great consideration. At each stage of production special care is considered for each product, so that they can ensure durability and their reliability. Durability and reliability have always been the most important features of all Mazzer products.

If you have come into our at Coffee Parts showroom, training facility or workshop, you will know that we lover Mazzers! The reason is they really are the industry leader, with the majority of the coffee roasteries and top end espresso bars choosing to use Mazzers, and in many case multiple units. The only grinder we love more is the Mahlkonig EK43, however in a practical sense, the Mazzer is defiently the grinder we recommend.