De’Longhi Logo – The De’Longhi SpA is a holding Italian working in the field of air conditioning, heating and products for cooking and cleaning. It is based in Treviso. Listed on the Milan stock exchange in the segment Standard. It was founded in 1902 for the production of wood stoves. In 2001 they share the Milan Stock Exchange. Also in 2001, De’Longhi acquires British Kenwood Limited manufacturer of kitchen appliances triggering a spike mark. On 18 April 2007, the factory has suffered a huge fire which has ramped up in smoke the whole town around 15, the air is dispersed dioxin.
The company, historically an important producer of radiators and air conditioners (one of the most famous series of portable air conditioners Penguin), has since expanded into every sector of small electrical appliances, especially machines coffee (including some for Nespresso) and equipment for cooking of food, but also products for household cleaning and laundry care.
On April 17, 2012 as a result of a financial transaction that sees the payment of 50 million and 90 immediately diluted in 15 years, more than 75 related to product performance, De’Longhi acquired by P&G the historic German brand Braun with a perpetual right to exploitation of the same in the fields of household appliances and other household products (irons, air conditioners, blenders, vacuum cleaners, etc..), while P&G will retain the exclusive use of the mark in the field of razors and guests for care. The song used in commercials of the De’Longhi is Pure Shores of the girl band All Saints.