Ginove™ is a Quebec-based company founded in 2004 by Mr. Serge Gingras, at that time the company was manufacturing heavy vehicles lift equipment, later Ginove invested in the design of roll cart washing Equipments (stationary and mobile). In 2012 the company earned two North American patents related to the Cart Washing™ products.

Now under the ownership of Mr. Christian Lapointe, President and Mr. Michel Fillion P. Eng., Executive V-P the company has developed the ROTO PAC™ – a patent pending fully automated side loading organics and waste collection truck & the Mini SL Side loader, the most versatile Mini Side Loader on the market with a manual, semi automated and fully automated designs in single or dual stream configurations. Furthermore, the ROTO PAC™ is the first mobile compactor with a leak-proof truck body that packs with the rotary action of an auger instead of a traditional packing panel, allowing organic waste collection companies to increase the collection fleet efficiency through a 20% increase in legal payload and reduced maintenance costs, with virtually no moving parts in the truck body.

Also Ginove is producing and aggressively developing the market for its “Cart Wash™” roll cart washing systems adapted to portable, stationary and mobile units (in trucks). The stationary Cart Washing products *SWS series 100/1000 & mobile MWS 700 patented technology are including a three stage filtration and water eating systems optimizing the performance of the washing cycle and reducing the fresh water consumption to a minimum.


Selling across Canada & the US, Ginove has appointed strong business partners as distributors for all Provinces at the exception of Quebec  where the company is selling direct. In the US and abroad Ginove has struck a  partnership with New Way one of the top North American Waste and Recycling collection manufacturer, a Div. of Scranton Manufacturing from Scranton Iowa.

New Way has undertaken the US distribution of the ROTO PAC™ in 2014 while the International business development will be done through ought a technology transfer model between the prospective partners.