French company Hesus, a "greentech" partner for construction sites, specializing in the disposal and recovery of soil, excavated material and waste, as well as the supply of soil and materials from these resources, is continuing its European expansion and is establishing activities for the first time in Switzerland, its fourth location after France, England and Poland.
The company is based in Geneva and will focus on urban planning and the use of excavated terrain. This new market, characterized by an almost continuous growth of the Building and Civil Engineering sector, will allow Hesus to work on new sites.
For the moment, two employees are on-site and already setting up numerous partnerships. Their aim is to offer the canton of Geneva the possibility of managing the excavated materials from its construction sites in a circular manner, whether they be for infrastructures or buildings.
In addition, a connected device created by the company, dubbed Ubisol, allows trucks to be tracked in real-time, thus ensuring seamless traceability of the transported materials. This digital platform enables companies to reduce their carbon footprint and save money.
"Hesus brings together the values that I wanted to contribute to in the canton of Geneva : transparency and traceability, which Hesus is already promoting in the countries where it is established. This establishment will also allow our company to prove that our sector of activity can become a reference in limiting carbon impact, in particular by avoiding direct CO2 emissions from truck transport", explains Aurélien Bois, Swiss General Manager for Hesus.