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Electrification in the Cold Chain: From Electric Forklifts to eTRUs

There’s more to electrification than heat pumps and long-haul trucks – and in the cold supply chain especially, there are easy wins to be had.

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Charles Tuck Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award from Food Logistics

Ndustrial Co-Founder has been a trusted partner to many on their journey toward meaningful, long-lasting savings and emissions reductions.

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Ndustrial Again Named Among World’s Top 100 Energy Tech Startups

Selected by an international panel of judges, the SET100 list showcases the most promising energy transition startups in the world.

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Energy Intelligence

With energy costs representing the second-highest expenditure within an industrial facility, it’s no wonder why companies are looking to reduce energy spend as a way to impact their bottom line.

From traditional energy costs such as gas, water and electricity to resources like raw materials and employees to effort such as productivity and output, almost every aspect of an industrial facility can be tracked to energy expenditures.

The key to truly impacting bottom-line results is getting past traditional energy monitoring and management to truly achieve Energy Intelligence™. Energy Intelligence means leveraging all the factory insights to gain a significant, real-time knowledge of energy consumption, efficiencies, and costs — and how to shape them to drive increased efficiency while driving business growth. Implemented successfully, this can lead to huge reductions in expenses, higher-quality results, and improved revenue.

Did you know?


of the total electricity generated globally is used by the industrial market (IEA)


of industrial energy is wasted (LLNL)


of potential industrial energy savings remains untapped (McKinsey)