The Sustainability and Environment Award 2021, which highlights the company’s leading position in innovation, was collected by José Antonio González Garcia, CEO for Spain and Portugal. The event took place on 12 May at the Hotel Meliá Avenida América as part of the ‘Sustainability and Environment Awards 2021’ presented by the newspaper La Razón. The…Lees verder!
Geesinknorba will soon present an innovative refuse collection vehicle that is fitted with an H² range extender. The vehicle has been developed in a project ‘HY-4-EVER’ in close partnership with Emoss Mobile Systems, Nedstack Fuel Cell Technology and RAAF Business Innovation. Geesinknorba has been working with Emoss on new products for several years now. We…Lees verder!
Our first fully electric RCV was delivered in 2017. The vehicle was part of a Spanish program to accelerate the transition from diesel to ultra-low emission vehicles. The unit was a 19t Geesink refuse truck. Since then, we have delivered several fully electric RCVs from 12 to 26t, allowing customers to choose the configuration most…Lees verder!
We have the pleasure to announce that Henrik Schjøth has been appointed as the new Sales Manager for Denmark as from the 1st of April. Henrik has a solid background in the waste management industry and brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to this important role. His appointment reflects our ambition in Denmark to ensure…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!
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!
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!
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!
Taking a moment to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year, with a special mention for all the people who will be working during the Christmas period. This year has definitely been a unique one, but I hope you are all looking ahead to 2021! Take care and hope to see you…Lees verder!