Solar power saves for logistics company from day one

Solar power saves for logistics company from day one

Sun Connect CDM Logistics solar panels

A leading logistics and warehousing company has added value to its business in several ways since installing solar systems to power its Sydney and Melbourne transport terminals.

Alfred Colvin, chief executive officer of CDM Logistics, a consortium of five regional carriers that provides logistics and warehousing facilities Australia-wide, said commercial solar power was a smart solution to combat electricity costs whilst adding value to the business.

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