Eloma relaunches its website at Host Milano

The manufacturer of professional combi-steamers and bake-off ovens has developed a new brand identity

Eloma has developed a new brand identity.
Eloma has developed a new brand identity.

Eloma, the manufacturer of professional combi-steamers and bake-off ovens has launched a new website as part of its new, contemporary brand identity and its positioning based on its roots and core competences.

The company was started in January 1975 and the brand has continued to evolve. From a three-man operation to a premium manufacturer of combi steamers and bake-off ovens.

The customer experience when working with Eloma combi-steamers and bake-off ovens has also been the core idea when further developing the Eloma brand and designing the new website: quality, usability and reliability.

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The visual and contextual composition of the website is intended to inspire the user and is shaped by emotion and appreciation – central elements that form the basis of Eloma's identity.

Case studies, recipes and videos will be uploaded regularly.

As well as the relaunch of the website, Eloma has opened social media channels for a worldwide exchange of ideas and impressions.

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