Partners

FUTURE-ORIENTED THROUGH JOINT RESPONSIBILITY

Within the framework of its overall corporate responsibility, PROBAT has teamed up with a select number of partners who share one common goal: the creation of long-term social and economical sustainability.

The German Roasters Guild is the only lobby group of the specialty coffee roasters in the German-speaking area. As sponsoring member PROBAT supports the sector of artisan coffee roasting and the constant knowledge exchange within the community of specialty coffee roasters.

 

 

Coffee ist the second most traded commodity and Germany is the third largest coffee market. The German Coffee Association unites the German coffee industry and advocates a positive environment within the coffee sector. As a presidium member, PROBAT actively contributes to the work of the German Coffee Association.

 

The NCA is one of the oldest trade associations in the USA. Founded in 1911 it has been representing the U.S. coffee industry from crop to cup ever since. PROBAT and NCA have teamed up in order to support the coffee industry through sharing combined knowledge with its stakeholders.

Happiness means having a family which cares for you. SOS-Kinderdorf e.V. is a charity organization which operates in Germany and the world and helps distressed children, adolescents and families in many ways. PROBAT supports the work of SOS-Kinderdorf in its endeavor to strengthen young people, and to give them hope and a future. The company specifically sponsors  educational and other charitable projects in the Lower Rhine area.

 

 

The Specialty Coffee Association acts as a unifying force within the global specialty coffee industry.  is built on foundations of openness, inclusivity and the power of shared knowledge. The In joint efforts with the SCA, PROBAT strives for creating a circle of like-minded coffee professionals.

 

Since the foundation of the UC Davis Coffee Center, the Californian university has been striving to become the leading source of scientific expertise in the study of coffee. Through various research projects PROBAT actively supports this academic approach to the world’s second most traded commodity.

Climate change, low yields, diseases & pests and barriers to quality – These are the major threats tot he livelihoods of coffee farmers and the businesses who rely on them to grow great coffee. Probat supports the strong efforts of WCR to solve these complex problems through  collaborative scientific research and development.