New forklift for a company operating in waste recycling and valorization

SUEZ Services Maroc
Casablanca, Morocco
Acquisition of a forklift truck
Investment Size
€ 27,881
Energy savings
126,4 MWh/year
CO2 savings
41,71 T eq CO2 per year
Reduce energy consumption, Improve competitiveness, Robustness and reliability Reduce carbon footprint

Acquisition of a forklift truck

SUEZ is a company present in Morocco since 2004, contributing to the sustainable development of local communities and industries. The company positions itself as a leading player in waste management in Morocco, serving over 4 million inhabitants. The transportation and recovery logistics of the company were carried out through an outdated process that involved the use of energy-consuming and predominantly manual transport devices. As part of its modernization strategy, SUEZ has decided to acquire a new forklift. As part of its modernisation strategy, SUEZ decided to acquire a new forklift truck and sought the assistance of the GEFF II line for this new investment.


This investment concerns a forklift truck with advanced technological features in terms of energy efficiency, with 36 kW of power and a load capacity of up to 3 tonnes. Thanks to this increased loading capacity, the company can significantly reduce processing times.


The main advantages of the new machine include its robust design, offering high durability, improved safety conditions, optimised driving and manoeuvring comfort, and local availability of spare parts.


The support and guidance provided by GEFF II’s technical assistance enabled SUEZ to reduce its annual electricity consumption by 126.4 MWh, corresponding to a 42% reduction, and GHG emissions by 41.71 teqCO2 each year.


Green Economy Financing Facility (GEFF) in Morocco is a green economy financing program, implemented by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), will provide financing to Moroccan private enterprises through local financial institution partners. Supported by the European Union (EU), the Green Climate Fund (GCF). It will enable local companies to invest in green technologies, reduce their costs through climate adaptation measures, energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies.