Logistics specialist London City Bond (LCB) is installing a LED lighting system in its new 162,056 square feet Thurrock warehouse in Essex.
From the UK’s top tax warehousing enterprise to London’s earliest bonded warehouse, LCB has built a reputation as a major logistics service for trade customers in the drinks industry.
Running a fleet of about 300 delivery vehicles and responsible for millions of cases, LCB has recently added an additional warehouse property to its current portfolio. For efficient and energy saving purposes, the firm has chosen a LED lighting solution.
Enterprises planning electrical installations in Chester, Essex and other parts of the UK, such as new lighting systems, should only hire certified electricians to conduct the work. Professional electricians can offer audits before such installations to show how much energy savings can be gained by switching to LED lighting from less modern forms of lighting, such as fluorescent or incandescent.
Due to the effectiveness of the eco-friendlier lighting system, LCB is considering the option of outfitting the other warehouses in its possession. Project Manager for LCB, Vaughan Bendall, commented.
“Because of our experience this time, we will certainly consider switching the lighting in some of our other warehouses, especially as the price was so competitive and has proved to be well worth the money we invested.”
The LED lighting system will be utilised across the transfer and picking aisles, loading bays, goods in and goods out of the new warehouse based in West Thurrock.