In fact, Gruberg offers an unparalleled range of machines. The product program includes construction cranes, earth moving equipment, telescopic handlers, transportation vehicles, formwork and slab floor systems as well as scaffoldings. Other equipment, machines and tools, generators, and prefabricated metal buildings round off the spectrum.
Besides its leasing activities, the company also sells equipment and devices such as clothing, building machines, roof windows, accident prevention material, iron goods, remote controls, building machines and equipment, electronic material, scaffoldings, casings, garden equipment and others.
Today, Gruberg is a household name in many European countries, for example in Slovenia, France, Switzerland, Germany and Croatia as well as Canada and Ghana. In order to showcase its latest innovations and to enhance its international contact base, the company regularly exhibits at the Fiera dell’edilizia in Bergamo.
Yet, Gruberg believes in direct customer contact. Gruberg is ready for further growth. “One of our goals is to enhance our export activities,” says Managing Director Enrico Bergamelli. “Within five years we would like to enter several new markets. We are going to keep a special eye on Russia, Ghana and other emerging markets with a great demand for our products. In the coming three years, we are going to build three more halls. Our customers who do have own storage facilities can use them to store their building machines and materials there.”
As a family enterprise, the company is not only committed to economic stability and profit but also to values, traditions, sustainability and social responsibility. The area of Gruberg encompasses a kind of farm which will be transformed into a residence for disabled patients and patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. “This is the project of our family,” says Mr. Bergamelli.
“We have been working on it for three years now and hope to realize it within 2014. This building has a great history. It was one of the residences of the founder of an religious order called Figlie del Sacro Cuore di Gesú. Her name is Santa Teresa Verzerri. She was an Italian nun and was canonized by the Catholic church in 2001. We aim to use the building in a way she would like.”