Geminor relocates German office to support European growth
As part of a long-term corporate strategy to support business growth across Europe, Geminor has relocated its German head office from Hamburg to Ulm in Baden-Württemberg.
The move, which comes just two years following the division’s launch, will allow Geminor to operate more centrally in the European market. Andreas Hefler, who was appointed country manager in May this year, said the relocation puts the company in an excellent position to continue growing its market share in the energy from waste (EfW) sector.
Hefler commented: “We recognise that Geminor has huge potential for growth in the next few years, thanks to the already large market in Germany and in neighbouring Central European countries.
“Relocating our offices to Ulm is a strategic move for the business, enabling us to drive ambitious growth plans. It is an exciting time for Geminor, as the benefits of refuse-derived fuel (RDF) become more widely known.
“Our long-term challenge is now to secure a growing volume of feedstock from Germany, the Netherlands and the UK, to help meet feedstock requirements for EfW facilities across the Nordic countries.”
Over the next 12 months, Geminor’s German division will manage the haulage of more than 100,000 tonnes of RDF to EfW facilities across Scandinavia. To cope with the extra demand, the company has appointed Hannes Hefler as project manager.
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