Gemidan Ecogi A/S continues its global impact with a significant sale in India

Gemidan Ecogi A/S continues its international progress by with a sale of its self-developed technology to the Indian company Thermax Bioenergy Solutions Private Limited. An MOU was signed on February 21st in the presence of Foreign Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen.

Gemidan Ecogi A/S, which develops pre-treatment plants for organic waste and exports the technology, has now sold a Gemidan pre-treatment plant for food and organic waste to Thermax Bioenergy Solutions Private Limited in India.

The deal is groundbreaking and was witnessed by Foreign Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen during a visit to India last week. The sale was conducted in collaboration with Eususo Denmark ApS, which is Gemidan Ecogi’s sales partner in the Indian market. The international sale of Gemidan pre-treatment technology represents a significant milestone for both Gemidan Ecogi A/S and Thermax Bioenergy Solutions Private Limited in their joint efforts to promote sustainable waste management and resource recycling in India.

– We are proud to contribute to India’s efforts to promote more sustainable waste management through our advanced, robust, and flexible Gemidan technology. This partnership marks a step forward in our mission to deliver innovative solutions to global challenges in waste management and environmental protection,” said Lars Ravn Nielsen, CEO of Gemidan Ecogi A/S.

Sustainability across borders

The Gemidan technology, designed to pre-treat organic waste, is part of a broader effort to minimize the environmental impact of waste by returning organic resources to a circular process. Thus, Gemidan Ecogi can offer its customers better and more flexible waste pre-treatment.

This transaction underscores Gemidan Ecogi A/S’ commitment to expanding its global footprint and promoting sustainable development across borders. It aligns with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark and Denmark’s interest in reducing dependence on individual countries and collaborating with several different countries.

– Happy that Danish companies are present in India – especially within the green transition. That´s important for both Danish growth and the reduction of CO2 emissions. Had a good meeting today with among others, cBrain, Rambøll & EUSUSO in New Delhi,” wrote Foreign Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen on X the same day the deal took place.