Welcome to the new ERA members, Locamod and Gorman Rupp

By Belinda Smart03 February 2021

In January, the ERA Secretariat informed the ERA Rental Weekly’s readers that six new members had joined the association and introduced four of those companies, Niederstaetter, Renta, CNH Industrial and Satellite Industries. Last but not least, we are pleased to welcome today Locamod and Gorman Rupp Europe. Locamod has joined ERA as a direct member and Gorman Rupp Europe as an associate member.

Locamod is a generalist rental company based and operating in France, with 16 branches. Locamod undertook to complete its fleet and renew a good number of its machines between 2017 and 2020. In less than six months, € 11 million was invested, thanks to the support of their partnerships with brands such as Ammann, Atlas Copco, Bomag, Hitachi, Hyundai, Manitou, Mecalac, Volvo CE, Wacker Neuson, etc.

For more information about Locamod, please visit their website: http://www.locamod.com/.

Gorman Rupp Europe Pumps is a pump manufacturer based in the Netherlands and operating in the EU, UK, Russia and Turkey. Serving the European countries with the Gorman Rupp pumping solutions on centrifugal- and gear pumps, Gorman-Rupp Europe works from 2 fully equipped locations in the Netherlands and Belgium. Both locations offer full service and repair facilities as well as more than 400 pump units for rental. Their main markets are the construction market, (waste-) water applications and industrial.

For more information about Gorman Rupp, please visit their website, https://www.grpumps.nl/.

If you are interested in becoming an ERA member, please visit the website – https://erarental.org/en/join-us – or contact the ERA team at era@erarental.org.

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