Going green while saving

AMG Logistics

The growing impact of climate change has dramatically changed the way customers evaluate companies’ performance – they want to see environmental information before deciding to buy a product, award a contract or initiate a contract.

But how can supply chain business leaders achieve these goals while applying just-in-time methods and maintaining their profit margins?

If businesses are smart, they can go green while saving money. Here’s how to do it.

• Light is only one piece of the energy puzzle

After driving energy efficiency under your own roof, renewable technologies can help meet the additional energy needs of your business.

In the 21st century, lighting is not enough, and industrial operators should find a way to disconnect from the grid completely. Becoming self-sufficient is a process that begins with lighting. Your business should then research and consider other alternative energy sources, such as solar power.

The good news is that businesses can make these decisions at the touch of a button. Advances in technology mean that overall energy consumption is easily accessible, which means immediate savings.

• The best of both worlds

So far, business leaders can be very cautious about what going green will mean for them and their bank balances.

But the good news is that with new technologies and new ways of working, and operators offering previously expensive services at huge discounts using new business models, you can Leverage both worlds: a better balance sheet and the ability to say your business is making a real difference.

It’s a win-win for you, your customers, and the environment.

• As a service model that makes a difference

Until now, companies that want to go green have had to spend huge amounts of money on essential equipment such as specialized lighting and alternative energy sources. Now, energy and sustainability, in general, can be delivered as a service.

Take the example of lighting. After all, every building needs it, and every business operating in the supply chain needs buildings.

The pioneering Light as a Service model means businesses can use energy-efficient light-emitting diode (LED) lighting on a subscription basis – lighting that is serviced by the supplier, so they don’t have to buy depreciating assets or assume financial risks and save up to 80% on energy bills.

This can have a considerable impact on the marketing department. Customers and clients love to hear the good news about the environment, and this innovative approach has a proven and measurable impact on carbon emissions.

Saving money and the environment makes sense, right?

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