GAM Genie hybrid order

By Euan Youdale26 July 2018


From left: Javier González, sales technical support, GAM; Oscar Ramos, sales representative, GAM Madrid; Ricardo López-Cediel, sales director, GAM; Jordi Cliemente, technical sales support, GAM; Jorge Alarcón, general manager, GAM; Gerard Balaña, sales representative, GAM Tarragona; Pedro García, Genie sales manager Spain & Portugal, Terex AWP; Luis Fraile, sales technical support, GAM; Jorge Diaz, sales technical support, GAM; Nacho Dorado, territory manager, GAM Central Spain; and Oscar Rosés, territory manager, GAM, Eastern Spain.

General de Alquiler de Maquinaria (GAM) has invested in a number of 20m working height Genie Z-60/37 FE hybrid articulating boom lifts.

Ricardo López-Cediel, sales director of GAM, which operates in 10 countries, said, “GAM is always looking to provide the latest-generation equipment. Today, this implies adapting to market needs by offering machines that are more environmently-friendly without compromising on power, and that are more cost-efficient to operate to help sustain the success of our customers’ business. In both respects the hybrid Genie Z-60/37 FE boom lift ticks all the right boxes.”

The Genie Z-60/37 FE boom lift combines the true 4WD performance of diesel machines, with the quiet, clean efficiency of electric-powered units. Genie says the machine saves €15 - €30 of fuel a week. In all-electric mode, it provides a full workday shift’s operation on an overnight battery charge. Weighing 7756kg, the machine is suitable for sites where floor pressure is limited and can be carried on a standard trailer.


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