1. History

1950: Funding of the company SACOME, at quay Conti in Paris.
1956: Relocation of the company SACOME-Conti, in Monaco, on the harbour.
2003: The Company moved to its actual location, building "La Ruche" in the Fontvielle neighborhood of Monaco.
2010: takeover of the company by the directors led by the CEO Bruno PARISET.
By reinforcing quality standards and the industrial aspect of its manufacturing process, Conti innovates with a powerful quality-price ratio.
Focusing on the after sales and customer services as well as developing internationally, Conti is experiencing a significant growth of activity.

2. The Steps

2010s : The new management team impulses a new dynamic based on :
- International development: The Company Sacome-Conti now exports more than 70 % of its machines to every continent and particularly cares of the choice of its partners providing service to the final customer.
- Control of manufacturing costs optimizing our product range and investing in our production tools. Focus on our workforce commitment in order to ensure progress and reliability.
- Step by step, a new and complete range of products appears allowing to comply with various market needs and provide a coffee solution adapted to each type of customers (roasters, catering equipment suppliers, chains, etc) and their expectations. The range now includes the CC100, X-One, Monte Carlo, TT LYO, grinders, etc...

2000s : Color was required on all our range and the multi boiler technology came out with the new Twin Star 2.
Launch of the TT 338, new automatic machine compact and efficient.

90s : Design becomes a real asset and takes place in new and large technical developments. After Catronic, Conti Bar and Conti Club, the Xeos stands out with its look fitting perfectly the expectations of new outlets.
Twin Star shows its new shape to highlight a very innovative twin boiler technology.
Fully automatic Monte Carlo surprises by its expressive lines and its original colors to emphasize a highly innovative technology.

80s : Electronic appears in traditional machines through different models: Volumatic, Fontana, Volutronic, Corona and Prestomatic.
Fully automatic machines follow their evolution with the fully automatic range 290, 291 and 292

70s : Harmonie, Monaco, Multi Monaco and Conti Matic, formed the full comprehensive range of traditional machines ensuring market share growth of the company and making it one of the largest companies in the industry with a strong international presence.
Improvement on the fully automatic machines with two new members of our range: the Toutauto Modulaire and TT 288 models

60s : Development of the range around two technical aspects to compky with market needs in France and abroad: Carina, Altesse, Multica and Prestinamachines. First fully automatic machines:Toutauto 440, TTS and TT DN

50s : Creation of the first Conti machine with manual piston: Stella. Creation of the first hydraulic machine: Dynamic