Our goal is to enable companies to gain new levels of insight into their business processes and energy intensity, and then take those insights to optimize and transform for a sustained competitive advantage. We are proud of our successes in working with a range of factories and industrial facilities around the world. We’ve even attracted investments from one of the largest utilities on the planet, ENGIE New Ventures, the largest cold storage logistics companies in the world, Lineage Logistics and from Clean Energy Ventures.
Before we wrote any code or developed any algorithms, we implemented projects across multiple factories to understand how they operated, how they consumed software, how they made financial decisions, and how they viewed the future. We felt it was our job to truly understand your job. Only then could we begin to help you with your industrial optimization projects.
From cold storage to biofuels, from automotive to retail, we have worked with a variety of industrial models and have seen first-hand the unique challenges they face. No matter what kind of data you’re gathering or what product or service you’re delivering, we can apply our knowledge and understanding to help you make impactful decisions to improve production costs, achieve energy intelligence, and enhance your bottom line.
“The Industrial Awakening will generate $14.2 trillion of global output by 2030.”
-World Economic Forum
Here are ways we’ve helped our customers:
Find out how Lineage, the world’s leading cold storage company, has been able to reduce energy intensity across its business through its work with Ndustrial.
Ndustrial helps Lineage Logistics monetize energy management with industry’s first smart demand response solution.
The pressure to minimize waste and maximize energy savings has never been greater. Your entire supply chain depends on critical, energy-intensive operations and processes to drive profitability and sustainability.
This case study discussion detailing how Lineage is now using nearly one-third less electricity to process and store each pound of food in their warehouses. Achieving these results requires: