Financing of €4 million to GAP for the electrification of the machinery fleet

The image accompanying the News on the € 4 million loan to GAP for the electrification of the machinery depicts an electric bulldozer used for moving large metal bars

Intesa Sanpaolo supports GAP's investments with €4 million aimed at reducing its environmental impact: the Bergamo-based company, which specialised in the handling of materials and processing waste at steel companies, will therefore be able to continue electrifying its machinery fleet with vehicles equipped with new zero-emission engines.

The financing to GAP is out of the new €8 billion Circular Economy ceiling which has been set up to support companies that start circular economy and environmental impact reduction projects, making use of the SACE Green Guarantee.