In declarations to Diário de Aveiro, Marco Santos, Grupel’s CEO, referred that “the biggest challenge we faced was the need to create a generator able to fit in the narrow space of the bus. The space was truly a problem, but it was solved with an interesting solution that allows moving the generator out”, apart from these comment about the project, Grupel’s CEO tried to transmit words of confidence and motivation to the athletes for this important upcoming race.
The presence of some of the athletes and technical team in Grupel was a reason to make a photo shoot, collect autographs and generate relaxing moments between employees and athletes. Now it’s a time to laid-back and to start concentrating the strengths to this demanding race that is coming, especially to one of the athletes that is dreaming with the final victory.
Joni Brandão, one of the cyclists that is a candidate to the winning the Tour of Portugal, was present and gave also some declarations to Diário de Aveiro “I feel good and confident to make this amazing Tour of Portugal. It’s going to be a hard race, with excellent teams and good bikers, but I want to be up to help my team win. That’s the most important thing.”
In this way, it is registered, once more, the association of Grupel, the national leader in producing power generators, with brands that have a unique prestige, as is the case of the Sporting Clube de Portugal e Clube de Ciclismo de Tavira.