Collaborative Relationships Help Build Turn-key Control Systems
Plant-wide energy conservation opportunities, company operational goals and utility power management objectives must be considered in designing a control system.
“Safeway works closely with local utility providers supplying each of our facilities, and has been able to take advantage of the generous incentives they offer to help defray the cost of acquiring the energy-reducing Logix systems.”
Alan Burrows, P.E.
Safeway Corporate Engineer
Achieving the best control system results often entails drawing on the expertise and resources of several different parties. Logix works with a customer’s utility, contractor, design firm and other parties in crafting control system features and functions that deliver the highest degree of performance possible.
Since its inception, Logix has collaborated with leading engineering firms, design/build contractors, electrical utilities and end users in the food/beverage processing and cold storage/distribution industries to develop and build turn-key control systems that meet the operational objectives of all parties.
Many industry groups have invited Logix to speak on the most recent developments in computerized refrigeration controls and the resulting benefits in energy conservation, product quality, and staff productivity. A few of these groups include:
- International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration
- American Institute of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
- Portland General Electric (PGE)
- Refrigeration Engineers & Technicians Association (RETA)
- Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA)
- Oregon Dairy Industries (ODI)
- University of Wisconsin College of Engineering
Selected by CIO Review in 2018: 20 Most Promising Enterprise Energy Management Solution Providers
As an innovator in Refrigeration Energy Management, Logix was selected by CIOReview’s distinguished panel comprised of eminent CEOs, CIOs, VCs, and analysts, along with CIOReview’s editorial board. The panel assessed several Enterprise Energy Management solution providers and shortlisted the best in the field. Other notables included are: 3M, EnerNOC, ExxonMobil, Grid4C, Honeywell International, IBM, Oracle Corporation, Rockwell Automation, Caldwell Energy Company, and SAP. To read our profile, click here.