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History of FBM Boscolo


Founded in April 19th 1977, Fbm manufactures machinery for chocolate and baking applications and has customers all over the world, from artisan bakeries and chocolate shops to craft chocolate makers, to restaurants and hotels as well as industrial companies and large corporations. Fbm is famous in the market for the ability to innovate and to customize. Lead for nearly two decades by Umberto Boscolo, who is assisted by a young team of dynamic professionals, the company’s goal has always been to meet the unique needs of each customer.

Among Fbm’s flagship projects are semi-industrial and industrial plants for customers who found in Fbm a partner to produce custom solutions to automate and improve production. In addition to chocolate tempering machines and support equipment and accessories for the production of all types of chocolate products, Fbm also produces machines for working with a wide varieties of doughs - everything from macarons to sheet cakes. Fbm was the first to introduce a tabletop dropping machine that is now widely imitated.
Since 2011, Fbm has foundeded a chocolate and pastry school known as Elite Fbm in its headquarters of Legnano with a Bean to Bar Area to produce chocolate from the bean.

Fbm sells in Italy, Europe, the United States, UAE and around the world directly, through resellers, dealers and agents. In addition to the company blog and social media presence, which records the daily growth of the company and that have a huge numbers of followers, Fbm actively participates in major international fairs. Fbm designs, manufactures, and sells its products from its headquarters in Legnano (outside of Milan) and offers pre-sales assistance and after-sales technical support (via Skype) to customers around the globe.