When one of the world’s leading energy drink producers wanted to illuminate its new state of the art 10 000 sq ft factory in Szikszó it turned to GE to, as its branding suggests, ‘give it power like HELL’. Far from diabolical, the award-winning HELL energy drink brand, distributed in more than 40 countries worldwide, plans to double its production up to a staggering 2 million cans a day this year to meet demand. Seeking out a heavenly lighting solution to support its ambitious growth plans, HELL’s contractor, Pekabau, approached GE seeking divine intervention.
HELL’s principal aim was to install an innovative lighting scheme of LEDs that would be inexpensive to maintain while minimising the environmental impact of its energy consumption. It was also important to HELL to ensure its employees had the best possible working environment. Not only would the new lighting make the workspace a more pleasant place to be it would also contribute to improved safety. Working closely with Pekabau, the GE team was responsible for the installation. Offering a complete lighting solution for internal office and logistics warehouse areas, plus external applications, GE provided a tailored approach that enabled HELL to fulfil its requirements all from a single supplier partner. The GE team completed the entire project in just 7 weeks, installing an energy efficient and reliable LED lighting solution.
Offering a complete lighting solution for internal office and logistics warehouse areas, plus external applications, Current provided a tailored approach that enabled HELL to fulfil its requirements all from a single supplier partner.
Pekabau’s György Pető said: “We approached GE because we wanted a trusted supplier partner who could provide a holistic solution for the entire site. GE worked with us on both a design and practical level and we’ve been impressed by their efficiency in implementing what was agreed.”
Szabolcs Béres, Director of production facility at HELL ENERGY Magyarország Kft. commented: “Our new factory will play a decisive role in being able to grow our business and keep up with demand. The lighting of the premises is particularly important to us as the site is intended to be a hive of activity so good light levels are a necessity. GE has delivered exactly what it promised and we are looking forward to using our new factory to its full potential very soon.”