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EQUIPMENT FOR FOOD AND BEVERAGE PRODUCTION AND PROCESSES
 

TMCI Padovan is a centenary Italian company specialized in the design and construction of machines and systems for the food and beverage industry.

It counts four production sites, distributed in Melegnano (MI), Sarcedo (VI), Nervesa della Battaglia (TV) and the recently inaugurated headquarters in Mareno di Piave (TV).

TMCI Padovan has diversified its business based on the final product. For this reason today it is composed by 5 commercial divisions: Easybršu-Velo for craft or industrial beer, SAP-Blendtech for soft drinks, fruit juices, water and low alcohol content, Chemtech for gelatine, margarine, cocoa butter, oils and fats and shortening, IFBTECH for products such as protein drinks, foods of plant origin, dairy products and ice cream and finally Padovan.

Padovan represents the historic division of the company: born in 1919 as a supplier for the wine sector it has also consolidated its reputation in the world of distillates, oils, vinegars, carbohydrates, ciders and industrial filtration.

Quick, clear and targeted customer service, high technical level, flexibility and customization: these are some of the various strengths of TMCI Padovan.

 
     
     
 
Padovan   Easybrau   sap-blendtech   chemtech

Machinery and plants for the production of wine, spirits, oil and other liquids.

Padovan

 

Machinery and plants for the production of industrial and
craft beer.

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Machinery and plants for the production of fruit juices, soft drinks and beverages.

SAP Blentech

 

Machinery and plants for the production of gelatine, margarine and food products.

Chemtech

 
     
 
 

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