How to mitigate rising energy costs across the produce supply chain.
Very interesting Q&A article with nPower, published by ‘Produce Business UK’ and aimed at the fresh produce industry, but relevant for all of us.
‘Energy costs in the UK are forecast to rise by 15-20 per cent by 2021, meaning unless fresh produce businesses manage their energy spend effectively, the burden of this additional cost ultimately could reduce turnover; potentially hitting profits and leading to production costs being passed along the supply chain.
PBUK goes into detail with Craig Watson, Business Client Lead at UK energy supplier nPower, about the future energy pricing panorama and how fresh produce buyers and their suppliers can make savings. In preparation for his educational seminar at The London Produce Show and Conference 2018, Watson discusses the solutions available to businesses; from LED lighting, back-up generators and wind turbines, to energy supply contracts, optimising in-store energy usage and staff training.’
Full article here.
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