Striving towards creating an eco-friendly environment

They strive to penetrate the manufacturing industry with the aim of producing reliable and affordable metal swinging dustbins for every Namibian community.

21 May 2021 | People

Monique Adams

Pull Quote “To us, success is not just money in the bank, but we see it through a clean and disease-free neighbourhoods and communities.”

Gee and Sons Trading is a registered Namibian company, with multiple lines of business designed to trade in many aspects of different industries. One of the many things they do is manufacturing of metal swinging dustbins, with the aim of promoting a clean Namibia to the world and investment opportunities to foreign and local investors anywhere in the country.

The entity ventured into production of metal swinging dustbins back in 2019 and so far they have produced and sold about 500 bins to customers countrywide.

One of their biggest clients to date is Adaptive Building Land Construction, which bought 300 bins and donated them to the whole of the Kunene Region between 2020 and 2021.

They strive to penetrate the manufacturing industry with the aim of producing reliable, user-friendly and affordable metal swinging dustbins for every Namibian community.

“We have seen how dirty our informal settlements, open markets, schools, recreational parks, residential streets and trade centres are, and very unconducive and posing health hazards to residents with so many diseases caused by this dirtiness,” says Gabes Hamunyela, Gee and Sons Trading founder.

Hamunyela says he always wanted to do something that would benefit every Namibian and promote Namibia to local and foreign investors.

Gee and Sons Trading has five permanent employees and three who work on contract.

“Our culture is people, innovation, respect and environment. These four values have best described us and how we conduct our business daily. Firstly, our company is in business because of our employees, who each and every day innovate new ideas on how to do business and remain relevant to the market. We do this by respecting each and every idea, employee, and our stakeholders within our environment.

“It is up to us all to develop Namibia and make it the way we desire it to be, thus we are finding our feet and inviting individuals and private companies to partner with us in sponsoring or donating these metal swinging dustbins to any communities of their choice. We are willing and ready do this at a reduced cost to promote a clean and conductive Namibia,” Hamunyela says.

Gee and Sons Trading finds success in not just the money in the bank but through having a positive impact on communities through a clean and disease-free environment because a clean city or town is what determines their success and keeps them moving.

Follow them on Facebook, Metal Swinging Dustbins-Namibia or Gabes Hamunyela.

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