The 3PL Company M&W is Making Green Initiatives a Priority
NASHVILLE, TN (September 28, 2012) --- M&W, a 3PL company headquartered in Nashville, TN, replaces the lighting in one of their multi-client warehouses. The fluorescent lighting retrofit in the warehouse will save M&W energy and money, adding to their current efforts towards green initiatives.
“We continuously look for ways to cut the costs we can control while providing better working conditions for our employees. This is a way we can do both and gain productivity at the same time,” says Jason Pitt, M&W’s Vice President of Warehousing and Distribution.
M&W has replaced 40 existing 400 watt metal halide high- bay fixtures, with 56 T8 6 lamp 4 foot fluorescent high-bay fixtures, with occupancy sensors. The return on investment for the new lighting is two and a half years, reducing energy costs by 40 percent a year. M&W is continuing to find ways to enhance and expand their growing green initiatives throughout the company while maintaining high quality, customer focused supply chain solutions.
M&W, headquartered in Nashville, TN, began in 1973 and remains a family-owned and operated company with a simple operating philosophy: Listening to their customers and providing the best possible solution to meet their needs in a cost-effective manner, valuing safety and professionalism. M&W takes the time to make sure all employees are equipped to meet the demanding needs of today’s supply chain market. More information on the company can be found on their website at www.mwlginc.com.