Rental company Flex Rent are the proud owners of six new Geesink rear loaders. Flex Rent in Heinenoord has recently entered the rental market and is mainly active in the west of the Netherlands. It will mark the start for the company to offer local authorities new and sustainable waste collection vehicles, all Geesink GPM…Lees verder!
Waste management company HMS (Haagse Milieu Service) in the Hague has chosen for our Geesink crane body to collect underground containers. HMS has more than 5,600 underground containers at strategic locations throughout the city. Residents can take their separated waste to the nearby waste collection point. Separation of waste at the source allows for an…Lees verder!
Geesinknorba has delivered this innovative refuse collection vehicle to Milieudienst Groningen. This new emission-free unit supports the ambition of Groningen to work completely energy neutral by 2035. In 2017, the Dutch municipality added its first hydrogen refuse truck to its fleet of vehicles. The units have been manufactured in close partnership with E-Trucks Europe in…Lees verder!
This brand new Geesink rear loader has been delivered to Dutch Waste management company Avalex in Delft. This new rear loader is part of a nine-truck-order, all Geesink GPM IV rear loaders with SPLIT lift on DAF chassis. The Geesink rear loaders will be put into operation for domestic waste collections in the Delft region.…Lees verder!
Geesinknorba announced today that it will open a new facility for rental and new sales, after sales and replacement parts in Spain. Located in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, only ten kilometers from the current location, the new facility will span 7.000 m² and encompass state-of the-art equipment and technologies and aftermarket service. The new workshop…Lees verder!
Geesinknorba has secured an order for seven new MF rear loaders to support Urbaser with the expansion of its waste collection services in Sweden. The new units will go into operation in the Gotland region as per 1st of February. The units are tailored to the needs of this specific application. The units have an…Lees verder!
The last Geesink GCP unit rolled of the assembly line at Geesinknorba’s headquarters in the Netherlands. Montejurra, a community of Navarra, had the honour to receive the first GCP in 1997 and now also the very last one. The GCP was the first multi fraction unit that could collect different types of waste and containers…Lees verder!
Geesinknorba has installed five Kiggen compactors at the “De Saint Laurent d´Agny” municipal waste collection station in Sitom Sud Rhône in France. These PD745 compactors have a 22.5 m³ press container and are suitable for collecting all types of waste and recyclable materials. The compactors will be used to collect wood, scrap, bulky items and…Lees verder!
Valladolid City Council has added four Geesinknorba vehicles powered by CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) to its fleet of vehicles. On Friday November 13th, the Mayor Oscar Puente, stressed during the presentation of the new vehicles that the investment is an important step forward in terms of material resources and environmental sustainability. The new AMS CL1 Electric Side…Lees verder!
After more than 20 years and 4.000 units, the last Norba N3 rolled off Geesinknorba’s production line. Just before the year 2020 ends, the workers made the last unit, a Norba N3 with 22m³ body and L200 LWS winch for Ragn Sells, a customer from of course Sweden, the place where it all started. The…Lees verder!