Enersize receives pilot order from German Kruckenberg Drucklufttechnik GmbH

Enersize Oyj ("Enersize" or the " Company") today announces that the Company has received an order from the German Kruckenberg Drucklufttechnik GmbH ("Krückenberg") regarding a pilot project at Barry Callebaut's chocolate factory in Hamburg. The order value for Enersize amounts to around SEK 50,000 for software license to LEAQS.

The well-known German family company Kruckenberg Drucklufttechnik GmbH, as part of a major project with Barry Callebaut, has chosen Enersize's cloud service LEAQS for leakage control in Barry Callebaut's factory in Hamburg, Germany. The leakage survey is expected to begin in October 2019 and last for three weeks. The order has a value for Enersize of SEK 50,000 and consists mainly of a license to Enersize LEAQS. Krückenberg will also hire instruments from Enersize to carry out the leakage survey. The aim of the project is to improve the efficiency of Barry Callebaut's compressed air system. For Enersize, the pilot project provides an opportunity to create the basis for a long-term use of Enersize's system in Barry Callebaut's factories.

Daniel Winkler, Sales and Marketing Manager for Enersize, comments:

This is our first order in Germany, which is a strategically important market for Enersize. The pilot project with Krückenberg has the prerequisites to develop into a long-term collaboration. Barry Callebaut has 59 factories globally and we will work to make Enersize's concept useful in several of these. For example, we have Enersize Enterprise, which gives the customer the opportunity to centrally monitor several factories' compressed air systems. "

Anders Sjögren, CEO of Enersize, comments:

The collaboration with Krückenberg is exciting for Enersize. Daniel Winkler's sales work yields results, and we now have our first German reseller. We are met with great interest when we present our products and the feeling is that we have the right direction in our sales work; reducing the use of compressed air is probably the most efficient method of reducing CO2 emissions and, in addition, the customer gets the money back in a very short time. " 

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