Total Produce Update Lighting And Reduce Energy Cost

total productsNualight together with resellers Cross Group helped Total Produce, the UK’s premier fresh produce provider, to update their lighting and reduce their energy costs, resulting in enhanced lighting levels to boost employee comfort.

Total Produce trade out of 21 locations across the UK in addition to over 100 international facilities. Joe Conway, the Cross Group, outlines the project,

“This recent project in Spalding consists of an LED upgrade in the extension to the existing depot and LED throughout the new refrigerated process and storage areas. We have worked with Nualight on several projects and found their solutions both high in performance and efficiency, so when we were looking for an eco-friendly lighting system they were a natural choice for Total Produce.”

arc2Joe continues “There was an ideal Nualight solution for each area. Titan and Arc 2 met all the criteria, providing superior light performance and potential lighting energy savings of up to 60% in the existing areas, which were previously utilising fluorescent fittings. In the new areas, the Arc 2 and Titan products were supplied with on-board sensors and controls to harvest future savings.”

Conor Keown, Total Produce, Head of Facilities Management, concludes, “At Total Produce we are committed to reducing our environmental footprint and this initiative is part of that effort. The LED lighting will save on energy costs and so far, the installation is meeting expectations. In addition, the enhanced light level provides a bright and safer working environment."

Nualight Resellers
Nualight work with an extensive international network of resellers. The Cross Group is a diversified group of companies whose primary business is in commercial and industrial refrigeration. With a strong focus on greener technologies The Cross Group are committed to delivering solutions that are eco-friendly, energy efficient and value for money.

 

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