Last year l’ Arca del Maresme was awarded an environmental services contract with the Comarca del Maresme region of Catalonia. They bought two N2 Series GeesinkNorba hybrid drive refuse collection vehicles. After their first months of operation, WMW finds out how they’re performing. Read the complete article here or a summary here below. One of…


Select shows green credentials with hybrid GPM IV

Reading-based Select Environmental Services has purchased two of our hybrid refuse collection vehicles. The recycling-led waste management business, which provides services throughout the Thames Valley, has purchased a GPM III and our new flagship vehicle the GPM IV rear loader. The GPM IV is fitted with hybrid technology which uses lithium-ion batteries to power the…


Film of Hybrid MF unit

Geesinknorba has built a multi fraction unit which is unique on two different ways. 1. It is built with the latest green hybrid technology, in which a lithium-ion battery powers the body’s packing and lifting systems instead of the diesel engine of the chassis. 2. This unit is fitted with a special comb which is…


Geesinknorba unveils Hybrid GPM IV at RWM

Geesinknorba is unveiling the new hybrid GPM IV at RWM 2015 on September 15-17 in Birmingham. The new vehicle will be displayed at our stand in Hall 5, 5T140-W141. The GPM IV was already enthusiastically received at last RWM. This year we will show a GPM IV rear loader with hybrid technology, in which a…


Geesinknorba innovates with a new range of rear loaders

This year Geesinknorba is celebrating its 140th anniversary. Over this period the company has played an important role in the waste management industry. A recent innovation is the GPM IV, a new range of rear loaders which we have developed in co-operation with its clients. For centuries refuse collection has been an important consideration for…


Stark Lindau

Geesinknorba hat Stark GmbH Lindau kürzlich fünf neue GPM IV Hecklader geliefert. Diese neuen GPM IV Hecklader werden in Österreich in Vorarlberg zur Sammlung von Papier verwendet. In der Sendung vom 24. Mai können Sie sich ansehen, wie es funktioniert.