The atrium of the Radisson Collection Grand Place Hotel in Brussels shines in new splendor after the renovation. The circular lamps particularly catch the eye of everybody when entering the hall. Not visible to the viewer, GIS motors inside the 9 imposing lighting fixtures ensure that the lamp systems, which can weigh up to 800 kg, are safely held and moved.
Also in this year we hold a 2-day apprentice camp. Our trainees were challenged both mentally and physically in group competitions.
We congratulate our trainees on successfully completing their apprenticeship and wish the young professionals all the best for the future.
The Swiss manufacturer GIS is investing in the future and expanding its successful LP series of electric chain hoists with the LP1600 and LP2500 motors. A lifting capacity range of up to 6300 kg can now be covered. For holding loads above people (D8 Plus), the LP2500 enables a previously unattainable lifting capacity of 2500 kg in a 1 fall version. At the same time, the new GHF/GMF generation of manual and motorised trolleys is being launched.
As a supplement to the D8 Plus motors, which have enjoyed a successful introduction to market, GIS - Switzerland’s only electric chain hoist manufacturer - is set to launch two new D8 models in 2020.
GIS ceremoniously opened the new production hall with an event for the employees last Friday. The new building offers an additional usable area of 1400 m2.
An innovative rigging system from GIS ensures maximum flexibility and safety at Samsung Hall, Zurich.
GIS AG continues to invest in the future and has added a 4-axis horizontal machining center of the type Makino a81nx to its modern machinery.
After a short setup and test phase, the CNC machine will be used for the processing of aluminum die-cast parts and will further increase the efficiency of the series production.