All Euroloc articles

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    HUNE continues rapid expansion

    2008-04-23T10:26:00Z

    Spanish rental company HUNE (formerly Euroloc) has ambitious growth plans for 2008 despite having made three major acquisitions during 2007. The company aims to open 25 greenfield depots this year and invest €125 million in expanding its fleet.

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    Euroloc rebrands as HUNE

    2008-04-22T15:22:00Z

    Spanish rental company Euroloc has renamed itself HUNE. The rebranding – which reflects four of its existing names, Homs, Umesa, Nacanco and Euroloc – comes as the company reported total revenues in 2007 of €233.7 million, up from €75.6 million in 2006 and higher than the €225 million previously forecast.

  • A Manitou telehandler in Euroloc colours. Euroloc says it will remain in the non–operated rental bus
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    Catch-up: Euroloc's managing director Jorge Perelli, talks to Murray Pollok

    2008-04-15T10:17:00Z

    Spain's Euroloc is investing heavily in aerial platforms as part of its ambitious growth strategy for the coming five years. MURRAY POLLOK spoke to Jorge Perelli, Euroloc's managing director.

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    HUNE continues rapid growth

    2008-04-04T11:18:00Z

    Spanish rental company HUNE (formerly Euroloc) has ambitious growth plans for 2008 despite having made three major acquisitions during 2007. The company aims to open 25 greenfield depots this year and invest €125 million in expanding its fleet.

  • GAM's David Muntanola.
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    GAM and Euroloc Buying In Spain

    2008-03-20T10:32:00Z

    Access rental consolidation went into overdrive in Spain during May with the separate announcements that GAM is to acquire Vilatel and Euroloc will buy the Spanish operations of Nacanco.

  • Pedro Torres will lead Euroloc's new access division.
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    Euroloc shifts gear with Umesa deal

    2008-03-17T11:24:00Z

    Euroloc's acquisition of Spanish aerial platform company UMESA in early August, for an undisclosed price, will transform the company into a +9000 unit access operation.

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    Big deals

    2008-03-17T11:24:00Z

    Spain's Euroloc is now one of Europe's biggest access rental companies, having acquired both Nacanco Spain and Umesa in the past four months. Murray Pollok spoke to Pedro Torres, the ex–Nacanco man who will run Euroloc's access division.

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    Euroloc gets €120m growth refinancing

    2008-03-17T10:23:00Z

    Spanish rental company Euroloc has negotiated a seven year, €240 million loan with Banesto and the Bank of Scotland that will refinance its existing debt and give it €120 million additional investment funds.