Fifty OorjaPacs for Baldor Speciality Foods’ New York Facility

27 Oct 2011

Fifty OorjaPacs for Baldor Speciality Foods’ New York Facility

Baldor Speciality Foods is to install fifty Oorja Protonics OorjaPac DMFC systems to its fleet of battery operated materials handling equipment at its Bronx, New York facility. The OorjaPac units run on widely available and cheap methanol fuel and require minimal infrastructure, making retrofits at facilities an attractive proposition. Installations of the units will begin early next year with the fleet to be fully operational by mid-2012.

President of Baldor Speciality Foods Michael T. Muzyk comments, "Baldor Foods is excited to be working with Oorja to help us achieve our corporate sustainability goals. We are very impressed by the technology, as it is environmentally friendly and will also help us save cost and improve productivity.  We are confident that Baldor's leadership as an adopter of innovative technology will attract like-industry peers in the Hunts Point industrial park such as the produce, fish and meat markets and other material handling industries that are looking to help the environment while reducing their energy costs."

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