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      Main drivers

      Main drivers

      • Construction cost and time reduction: Strong continuous pressure on Design & Build players to reduce
      • Operating costs: Retail is a razor-thin margin business, where every cent saved on cost is important and ROI is less than 3 years
      • Availability: Cash systems and lighting must be continuously operated
      • Lighting: Specialist and additional lighting to enable sales
      • Customers comfort and security: Customers' environmental comfort and feeling of security boost sales
      • Energy efficiency for refrigeration:  Refrigeration, the n° 1 process for food retail, is consuming 35 to 50% of the total energy, with little being done to reduce usage and save energy
      • Environmental efforts:  Retailers need to be seen as environmentally friendly by their customers
      • Regulations: Energy regulations strongly develop in more and more countries
      • Energy price optimization: Energy market liberalization leads to centrally purchase for multiple sites & countries
      • Facility management:  Whenever possible, building Operation & Maintenance is preferred
      • Retrofit: In Western countries, installed base approximately 20 years old, heavy retrofits are going on, with energy efficiency requirements

      What can Schneider Electric do?

      • Reduce construction cost by using prefabricated and type tested equipment
      • Reduce energy and operation costs by 5 to 20% with a 3-year ROI
      • Improve your image: Green buildings, cold chain quality
      • Secure controlled comfort for your customers
      • Focus on your core business by outsourcing building services
      • Get the benefits of increased skills by relying on building services specialists
      • Optimise your core business by outsourcing building services to improve building operation, comfort and sales area availability
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