Park Logisitics - Creating Supply Chain Solutions

Park Logistics - Creating supply Chain Solutions

Creating Supply Chain Solutions
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It’s a no Brainer!

Lighting accounts for 41 percent of the overall energy consumption in the running of a warehouse which makes it the single biggest energy cost of a company! Energy efficient lamps, correct lighting specification and lighting controls save money and improve working conditions. By adopting energy saving lighting, energy waste can be reduced by up to 70 percent in some cases!


In a warehouse, Lighting plays a very important role in increasing the overall efficiency of the personnel and general working of the entire company. Illumination provided by energy guzzling SON, metal halide and/or traditional batten fluorescent fittings, generate a lot of heat, cast shadows, provide insufficient light, last for lesser hours and hence require very high maintenance time and cost. Besides being potentially hazardous to personnel that work there!

New Energy efficient LED lighting technology are longer lasting, provides cleaner and cooler light, without casting shadows, they switch on and off almost instantly and require very little or no maintenance. Thus improving efficiency of the personnel working, saving time and cost and providing a better quality working environment.

V-TAC-LogoOne of the well-known brands in warehouse LED Lighting, V-TAC, offers LED High Bay and IP65 Waterproof LED Lamps that can help warehouses cut down on energy cost, increase productivity and help save the environment. You can use their calculator which will tell you exactly how much is your current usage and how LED replacements can save your overall costs. All products of V-TAC comply with CE, RoHS, Emc, Dekra and TUV. V-TAC uses only high quality Bridgelux and Cree chips and Meanwell Drivers. It holds large stocks here in UK and is unbeatable in price!To know more visit or call on 020-72991212.

Tel: 0207 299 1212


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