Genap BV is the leading specialist in the area of membrane structures and membrane applications in horticulture, agriculture and civil engineering projects. We develop, produce, and install sustainable solutions for storing, retaining, and covering liquids, solids and gases. At our two production locations in the Netherlands Genap produces customized membrane structures which are designed and monitored by our own engineering and R&D department. Our products are installed throughout the world by a Genap assembly team.
This means that, from design to realization, Genap can control the complete process in-house enabling us to guarantee the highest quality. Our ongoing innovation efforts and partnerships with parties offering complementary expertise allow us to provide market-leading membrane solutions for our clients.
Think global, act local
In addition to our home market in the Netherlands Genap is responding to the increasing demand for sustainable water storage by working locally with our factories in India, Kenya, Mexico and Canada. Our ever-expanding network of international distributors adds to Genap’s local market perspective.
Our geosynthetic and geomembrane structures are produced in compliance with the strictest quality standards. Quality is a core value which is interwoven in all our departments and processes. It’s not without reason that we are at the forefront of the sector and continuously striving to improve our products and processes. Our certificates with accompanying assessment directives were formulated by Kiwa and are checked annually. Furthermore, we continuously check the impact of our actions on people and environment.
Innovative and sustainable developments are an important spearhead for Genap. Our entrepreneurial activities have included taking part in sustainable energy initiatives. These initiatives investigate the possibilities of using membrane structures with integrated solar panels, for large unused surface areas, such as a water surface. This application enables an area that has been designated as ‘lost space’ to gain economic value and be used for sustainable and environmentally-friendly energy generation.