Since the beginning of the festivals, last Friday, September 11, different places of the city has held a great variety of performances designed to reach all audiences.In the Cathedral Square, GAM Events’ activity has been frenzied even before last Friday. Throughout three intense days, more than twenty professionals took charge of the assembly of the structures, lighting and sound. For this, lifting equipment, forklifts and tow trucks were required. The tow trucks were necessary for the hoisting and positioning of Layher's Keder Roof XL, crowning the central stage of 16 m of arch.
General Machinery Rental, S.A. (GAM, as per its initials in Spanish), a Spanish multinational company specialized in the global management of machinery, has observed that the demand for platform and forklifts handling training is increasing. This increase is accompanied by the services and industry recovery that lead companies to incorporate new staff or to train the existing one to develop capabilities for the safe and effective use of this equipment.
Since being set up in 2010 and for the fifth consecutive year, GAM is in charge of the installation works of the DCODE festival. In recent years, this event has become the first major live music event after summer. The University City in Madrid is hosting today the musical event that brings together international artists such as Foals, Suede, Crystal Fighters or Sam Smith.
Un año más, y ya suman nueve, GAM se ha convertido en proveedor oficial de la tradicional competición deportiva que este año celebra su 70ª edición. La Vuelta se inicia el 22 de agosto en Puerto Banús, Málaga y concluye el 13 de septiembre en Madrid. Durante las 21 etapas, GAM ofrecerá el servicio completo de maquinaria y asistencia técnica.
General Alquiler de Maquinaria (GAM, as per its initials in Spanish) ended the first semester of the year with a significant improvement of its EBITDA, compared to the same period last year. The margins improved by 28% while keeping a level of revenues that, as in 2014, was over 52 million euro.