Canon Food Services consumes an enormous amount of gas and electricity that translates to high energy costs.
Being a proud Australian owned company that supplies affordable, high-quality products, it is paramount to Canon Food Services to keep all the production costs within their budget. With their site’s move to the Jandakot Airport Area where the electricity is already regulated, they needed to slash gas costs all while not undermining quality standards of their products.
What We Do and What We Achieved
Carbon Energy and Canon Food Services Pty Ltd first collaborated in 2017. We negotiated both their Gas and Electricity tender and successfully achieved significant savings with their energy bills. Carbon Energy worked closely with all the electricity providers in Perth and Gas Suppliers, also in Perth WA.
Canon Food had outgrown their old premises and they decided to move and build their own premises in Jandakot, WA. We assisted them in the moving process, and at that time, they required the two sites running parallel in order to minimise interruptions to their business.
We extended Canon Food current contracts at their old site for both Gas and Electricity and organised the new Gas contract with their gas supplier for the new site.
Once Canon Food Service was ready to make the big move we arranged to have the Gas and Electricity finalised from their Canning Vale site, with final reads done for both gas and electricity and then the final bills sent. All Contracts allocated, signed and finalised for 2018.
Canon Food Service has been in their Jandakot site for two years now, and we were assigned to negotiate the gas contract on their behalf. The gas Tender went off without a hitch.