IFAT 2018 – press release

The ZOELLER Group is attending IFAT with a host of future-proof technologies

The ZOELLER Group is set to showcase a new lifter, optimised superstructures, a fully electric refuse collection vehicle and a unique filter system to eliminate fine dust particles at IFAT.

From 14th to 18th May 2018, the Mainz-based producer of superstructures and lifters will put many of its latest innovative technologies on display to visitors. ZÖLLER-KIPPER GmbH is bringing a total of 18 vehicles and six lifter exhibits to the event in Munich. What’s on the programme for visitors to look forward to? The popular DELTA and ROTARY lifters have undergone a facelift and a technical overhaul, making them not only more attractive, but also more efficient. The new model of the MEDIUM-series body container, which boasts a lower weight for a higher load capacity, along with numerous other optimised technical features, will also be on display.


Visitors will also be able to see ZOELLER’s environmentally friendly, electrically powered refuse collection vehicle. The chassis and ZOELLER MEDIUM superstructure are driven by four electric motors, powered by a high-performance, 270-kilowatt-hour battery. Two of these vehicles are already in use in Switzerland as part of a pilot project – and they’re proving a great success.

CLEAN OPTION is a unique system designed to protect refuse collection workers. The solution actively filters and cleans the air in which the refuse collectors work at the rear of the vehicle, eliminating unwanted bioaerosols (mould, viruses and fine dust particles).

The ZOELLER service offering is the final component of the exhibition programme. In the current service campaign, ZOELLER provides refuse disposal companies with the exact support they need, right where they need it – tailored to their exact requirements. ZOELLER is taking the same approach at IFAT. The customer is king and ZOELLER strives to gives customers what they need, offering a range of solutions from the compact waste disposal vehicles of the MINI and MICRO series through to large MAGNUM-series superstructures.