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The journey so far of GM Technology

The company reflects on its journey over the last six years.

GM Technology’s journey go back more than 20 years ago, with the creation of TL COPIERS, SL, which began in the printing services sector and the sale of reprographic equipment.

The company bought equipment in Europe and exported to countries around the world. Thanks to its constant growth and investment, General Machines Technology SL (GM Technology) was established in 20014.

Today, GM Technology reflected on its growth over the past six years. In 2014 the company had 51 employees.  It occupied 2,500m2 of warehouse space and had 10,000 machines in stock. Today in 2020, the team is 160 people, and the company has grown into 11,000m2 of warehouse space which holds 16,000 machines in stock.

GM Technology offers the leading brands in digital printing systems, plotters and consumables, with extensive service and warranty on models of all brands. The company specialises in brands such as Sindoh, Rex Rotary (from the Ricoh Group), Xerox, Canon and Konica-Minolta,, with a circulating stock of between 10,000 and 16,000 devices.

 

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