Infratech SA, specialized in infrastructure solutions for water, gas, and electricity networks, is taking over the activities of Gillam SA, which recently went into liquidation. This restart will allow Gillam to continue its operations and ensure continuity towards its customers.
Gillam SA was founded in 1974 as a company specialized in the design, development, manufacturing and installation of electronic and electro mechanical products. The portfolio of the company includes Automated Test Equipment (ATE), Remote Terminal Units (RTU), protection detectors and various other electronical devices. Through this transaction, all of Gillam’s assets and business will be transferred to the Thimister-Clermont based company Infratech SA, which is part of the international end-to-end telecom and energy solutions provider Amadys.
“We believe that this step fits perfectly in the growth ambitions of both Infratech and Amadys”, says Luc Deribreux, Director at Infratech SA. “The portfolio of Gillam will strategically complement our existing electricity product range and will make us fully ready for future energy transitions. Furthermore, there is an important customer overlap between Gillam and Infratech. Thanks to the extension of our product range, we will now be capable of serving common customers even better in the future.”
The services that Gillam has been offering towards its customers in the past will be guaranteed as well, as a considerable number of the Gillam ex-employees have stated their intention to participate in the continuation within Infratech and Amadys. “One of our major goals is to provide comfort to Gillam’s customers, who shouldn’t notice anything from the change. Gillam will remain as a commercial name and all customers will be contacted personally within the shortest possible delay to clarify the details of the transition towards Infratech and Amadys.”
In the coming months, Gillam’s operations will remain in Liège. After that, activities will be housed at Infratech’s offices and warehouse in Thimister-Clermont.