Hemubo invests in circular glass from GSF Glasgroep

GSF Glasgroep and Hemubo are both companies active in the construction industry working on sustainable innovations and initiatives. Having worked together for many years, Hemubo has now invested in GSF Glasgroep. This investment will be used in the coming years to further improve and expand the line of 100% circular glass products.

Cooperation and trust

GSF Glasgroep has been a regular chain partner of Hemubo for several years. This glass company, with branches in Lelystad, Almere, Hilversum and Amsterdam, together with Hemubo has taken the initiative to turn old double-glazing into new HR++ windows in order to avoid waste and saveCO2. This circular insulation glass has been produced in their own factory under the name isoMAX since early 2022.

Hemubo is also fully convinced of the need to supply the construction industry with circular products and is willing to invest in this in the coming years. This is why they are making a capital injection into GSF Glasgroep. This will enable further development, refinement and upscaling of the production of circular glass starting in 2023.

Davy Wagenmakers, Hemubo director: 'GSF Glasgroep has dared to jump into the deep end with the development of the world's first circularly produced insulation glass. The past year has already shown that there is plenty of interest in this. Now the task is to roll this out in the market on a large scale - and logically this requires investment.'

Maarten Rood, director of GSF Glasgroep, adds, "There is a lot of mutual trust. After years of working together, we know exactly what we can gain from each other. The way of working of Hemubo and GSF Glasgroep fit together perfectly. I am proud of this and look forward to expanding GSF Glasgroep in the coming years. For that Hemubo now offers us the ideal next step.'

Customers GSF Glass Group

Nothing will change for customers of GSF Glasgroep. GSF Glasgroep continues to serve the entire market and likes to think along with making the Dutch construction world more sustainable and circular.

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