It’s 1998. In Spoleto – an ancient medieval village located in the lush hills of Umbria – B.M.S, a small company specialised in the packaging of grains and organic legumes for third parties, was born. At the very beginning, equipped with modest infrastructure, B.M.S. limited its activity to its main core business working moderate volumes of products but with great passion and trust in healthy food philosophy.
The current executive director Enrico Tinelli is B.M.S.’ founder who still runs it, together with his family. And, precisely family is the primary value that underlies B.M.S, whose management and activities are focused on the importance of personal bonds and the sharing of small and large victories with all the staff working in the company.
Thanks to the constant commitment, the excellent quality of the services provided and the consumers’greater awareness concerning a healthy diet, B.M.S. has kept growing over the years, both commercially and concerning know-how and infrastructures. In 2004 the company obtained the ISO 9001 certification, in 2009 was installed a plant for storage and natural treatment of grains in CO2, in 2010 we inaugurated a photovoltaic system on the roof of the plant for the power of 65kW and in 2012 was obtained the International Food Standard certification.
In 2006, when the term “supply chain” was still little known in the food sector, the first direct collaboration with farmers was settled: in Umbria at the very beginning, in other regions of central Italy, after, until reaching the entire national territory. Nowadays, B.M.S. regularly collaborates with over 100 farms for the production of legumes, grains and organic oilseeds.