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Global fiber optic cable factory reduces energy waste by 50%

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The company announced that its global fiber optic cable plant has successfully reduced energy waste by 50%, which is a commitment to protect the environment, through the continuous innovation of production processes, products and services to achieve the company's commitment.

Reduce energy waste by half by technology upgrades, equipment optimization, and sharing of best sustainability practices across the enterprise.

Danny Henderson, vice president of the company's fiber optic cable and world manufacturing manager, said: "We are proud of the dedication of manufacturing teams around the world. They are committed to sustainable development and contribute to the growth of our environment, community and employees. Energy Efficiency Upgrading our infrastructure and processes also helps to control costs and ultimately serve our value customers.

The Global Energy Management (GEM) team of technicians, engineers, and factory employees achieves this milestone by strictly implementing energy conservation in every fiber optic cable plant worldwide. Some examples include installing solar panels and LED light sources, optimizing manufacturing equipment, and implementing process improvements to reduce setup time.

In 2006, the GEM project was launched to develop and implement an efficient energy strategy. After that, the project developed into an energy conservation team with factories around the world. Since 2006, these efforts have helped improve overall energy efficiency by 35% and save companies more than $500 million in expenses.