The Como-based company focuses on efficiency and the 'Make To Stock' approach
Today, more and more Italian companies are embracing new production and supply models and paradigms with a view to sustainability and cost reduction. On the other hand, we are coming out of a period in which it was necessary to optimise times and overcome the critical issues resulting from an energy crisis and raw material shortages that affected most countries in 2021.
The consequence of the current trend in the liquefied gas market speaks for itself in this sense. Last year, in fact, we witnessed an uncontrolled increase in costs, which reached exponential peaks that had never risen so quickly in times of economic crisis.
Costs, by the way, that have not subsequently undergone natural reductions, unlike electricity costs, which, thanks to state intervention and economic policies, have given rise to a virtuous circle that has calmed costs. There are many companies that, with a view to a green policy, have undertaken a sustainable energy transition in order to have the least impact on the environment to the benefit of a more bearable economy.
It is precisely with this in mind that Claind deploys a great deal of its energy to favour a significantly lower impact on costs, to the benefit of a sustainable policy. The Como-based company's nitrogen generators are one of the best performing and most cost-effective results on the market today.
In fact, there is no doubt that the cost of self-produced nitrogen falls exclusively on the mere energy cost, which brings with it a zero environmental impact and the result in terms of gas purity that has no equal.
But that is not all. Precisely in this context , Claind is aiming to further improve the efficiency of gas generation, in order to reduce running costs and further support customers with targeted consultancy in order to size plants through increasingly convenient investments.
In short, to achieve maximum yield with minimum cost.
The recent crisis, however, also brings with it opportunities precisely because it has given greater awareness of procurement methods in order to stabilise costs. The 'Make To Stock' strategy is another way that Claind is pursuing to reduce delivery times and delays often accumulated due to the unavailability of raw materials.
With this in mind, Claind intends to promote the self-production of gases with the aim of maintaining cost stability for the end user, reducing waste due to evaporation losses and the indiscriminate use of cylinders whose dramatic consequences for the environment and the economy are obvious.