DAS Korea installs their first pilot as part of onboarding with Enersize

Enersize South Korean partner DAS Korea has recently received intense hands-on training partly on pilot site under the lead of Enersize Technical Director Bo Kuraa.

In July 2021, Enersize signed a Partnership Agreement with South Korean Das Korea. In connection with this, DAS Korea initiated the onboarding to quality assure their ability to deliver energy optimization of industrial compressed air. Now their technicians have been given field training partly on site to deliver their initial system analysis and energy optimization at a local manufacturing plant.

“It is an important step for Enersize to see DAS Korea evolve their ability to deliver our solutions and SaaS support in their local market. Enersize scaling model is built on an international eco system of partners and DAS Korea is a good proof point of that model in operation", says Anders Sjögren, CEO of Enersize, and continues:

"We are just opening up for new partners to join as we now feel safe in the onboarding process being well tested and proven. In just 90 days we move a new partner to be fully sales enabled and ready to help save the world"

The parties will now continue to add customer projects as part of expanding the South Korean market footprint.

”We look forward to expanding our business with Enersize, says ILHO.CHA, Enersize brand manager at DAS Korea. We see a growing interest in energy optimization among industry organizations and Enersize solutions is offering an attractive way of saving energy”.

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