HVC chooses CLEAR software by GMT Europe

 

Energy and Waste Utility company N.V. HVC was searching for one uniform software system for its administration and the optimization of the primary process for the collection department. The implementation of a central software application should guarantee the uniform organization of the primary processes, support the centralisation of a number of activities and support the optimization of logistics. The quality of the service to the clients should however stay central. The industry-specific ERP application CLEAR by GMT Europe turns out to fit seamlessly with HVC's goals and ambitions.

 

Wim van Lieshout – CEO HVC

Mark Abbas- General Manager GMT Europe b.v.

v.l.n.r. Nico Mensing – CEO HVC Inzameling

Mark Abbas- General Manager GMT Europe b.v.

 

Innovation power, vision and continuity

“After a careful selection procedure HVC has chosen the newest CLEAR version by GMT Europe, because of the proven fit to waste collection processes, the scalability of the solution and the vision and continuity of the GMT organisation”, says Mark Abbas, Director of GMT Europe.

“Besides that, the innovation power of GMT Europe played an important role in the selection procedure. HVC can obtain its long-term objectives with GMT by continuously offering new and innovative (ICT) solutions and by following the developments in the waste market”, adds Nico Mensing, Director of HVC Collection.

 

From waste to resource

With the recently signed contract between HVC and GMT Europe, a strategic cooperation has now formed which will lead to new developments and innovations around the transition from waste collection to resource management for residual flows in the waste sector. The software developed by GMT for the trade in monostreams (paper, glass, plastic etc.) will be further developed in close collaboration with HVC and other GMT clients.

 

About HVC Collection

HVC Collection is responsible for the collection of waste for more than 450.000 households in various communities, as well as taking care of public facilities. This involves activities such as coping with slipperiness, street cleaning, pest control, and sewage and drain cleaning. HVC has collection locations in Middenmeer, Lelystad, Velsen, Zaanstad and Dordrecht. Five hundred employees work at HVC Collection, which collectively realize a turnover of € 80 million. This makes HVC Collection the largest non-commercial waste collector in the Netherlands.

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