IFAT22 opens doors

IFAT opens doors After months of preparations IFAT22 is finally here! Today is the first day of IFAT22, this exhibition will last whole week. Everything related to waste collection and sustainability can be found in 1 place. We are very proud of our  booth, our products and our crew. What can you find on our…

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Geesinknorba at IFAT22

Geesinknorba at IFAT22     IFAT22 is about to open doors! As always Geesinknorba will be there to show you all you need to see and know to step in the future of waste collection. In this 2022 edition our international crew will be excited to showcase our latest product innovations and a selection of…

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New design GEC lifter for the Dutch market

Geesinknorba has recently redesigned the integrated Eurotainer lift. Known as the GEC 2510, the lifter has been improved to suit your everyday need in waste management. We believe a lifter should be designed with comfort in mind, a philosophy that gives users more convenience while accomplishing the daily tasks. Every GEC lifter has both a…

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The new GNG-Smartlift at the next IFAT in Munich

Geesinknorba will show their latest development the GNG-Smartlift at the IFAT Messe in Munich. This detachable lifter has a modern and smart design and offers a whole new experience for users and fleet managers. One of the most special features is the Human Interface. This is an innovative module with light signals to optimize the…

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New fleet of vehicles for TRV Trondheim

Geesinknorba has delivered a large order of RCVs to waste management company Trondheim Renholdsverk (TRV) in Trondheim. TRV provides waste collection, disposal and recycling services for all private households in the Trondheim municipality. The order comprises of three Norba N4 rear loaders, one Norba multi fraction and two Geesink GPMIV KT 1 crane units. The…

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Aberdeen City Council reveals UK’s first hydrogen fuel cell truck

The UK’s first hydrogen-fuelled waste collection vehicle was revealed today in Aberdeen, in a move which continues to accelerate the city’s thriving hydrogen economy. While typical waste trucks are powered by diesel and petrol, the new waste truck will use green hydrogen from existing refuelling infrastructure in Aberdeen. The truck will start collecting waste and recycling around…

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