GBE celebrates 20 years of business. We have achieved excellent results thus far, but we’re not done yet. There are numerous projects currently under way – not only in terms of the production process, with new investments especially in the power division – but also in regards to certifications in new markets where specific product component qualification is required. GBE brand promotion activities are continuous and directed toward new, increasingly faraway countries. Spurred on by the excellent results achieved thus far, it couldn’t be any other way. We are flattered by the encouragement and support we have received from our distributors, agents and clients. One can’t look toward the future without thinking about the past. GBE SpA first opened its doors on 22nd May 2000 with 16 employees and 3 founding partners. The first office consisted in 3 rooms with 1800m² of production space. Today there are more than 170 employees, 5 plants located in three different countries – and not just in Europe -, and a production area covering a total of 20,000 m² with more functional and stylish offices.
Eco 3+ transformers with amorphous core As of 1 July 2021, all transformer manufacturers will have to strictly comply with the production of transformers classified with the term Tier 2, with the exception of specific applications, as laid down in Regulation no. 548/2014 with Phase 2. However, for over 10 years, GBE has been offering […]
ISO 45001 Certification Workplace health and safety: the personnel are the primary wealth for GBE GBE has integrated its IMS system with ISO 45001 certification to ensure safe and healthy workplaces and prevent work-related injuries and illnesses. For many years, GBE has been in possession of ISO 9001 certification related to product quality and ISO […]
Quay transformers: Shore-to-Ship Respect for the port environment, therefore, reduction of consumption, pollution and noise The regulations in port areas increasingly call for a reduction in the air and noise pollution produced by the ships moored in ports. This requirement is met by using ground power instead of on-board generation during mooring. The shore-to-ship […]