NAFEM Aftermath

Thank you for visiting us at the NAFEM Show! We really enjoyed meeting all of you who stopped by Booth #1000 as well as those we met perusing the show room floor ourselves. After three days of nonstop NAFEM action, our team got together for a brief reflection on the show. Here are our top takeaways:

Hydrocarbon Refrigerants

Recently EPA approved, hydrocarbon refrigerants are seizing the forefront. However, many companies are still uneducated on this new green option and are hesitant to make the transition. Their greatest concerns lie within maintenance and service team training.

How can we help your company transition?
Highly flammable and explosive, these propane-cooled units require special reclaim units like the RECO3. This portable recovery reclaim unit offers high and low pressure as well as current protection. RECO3 can be used to service standard commercial refrigerants also.

Logistics and Distribution

For most mass retailers, keeping tabs on each and every one of your refrigeration units requires extensive manpower. Rather than manage your inventory internally, many companies prefer to outsource this.

How can we improve your inventory dispersion?
In order to be efficient, we understand each client has different logistics needs so we create a custom plan to cater to the needs of your business. With distribution points in Cleveland, OH, Reno, NV, Nashville, TN and Tampa, FL we can cost-effectively deliver to any and all of your locations.

Recycling

As in any industry, sustainability and energy management was another hot topic at the show. With strict EPA rules and a matrix of paperwork, recycling solutions are in high demand.

How can we help you go green?
Programs like Excellence Environment Company (EECO) take the burden of decommissioning commercial refrigerators and freezers regulations away and handle the paperwork for you.

 
Thank you again for visit us at the show! We look forward to connecting with you again soon. In the meantime, visit us online at www.excellenceindustries.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.

2018-10-19T07:07:29+00:00February 15th, 2013|Blog, Distribution, Innovation, Logistics, Recycling, Service|