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Container & Compactor Monitor Success Stories
King Soopers | City Market
King Soopers and City Market are two well-known Kroger brand supermarket chains located primarily across the eastern side of the Rocky Mountains. With foundations stretching back to as early as 1924, and now with 150 locations, King Soopers and City Market provide local communities across Colorado and Wyoming with everything they need from groceries and pharmaceuticals, to pet products and fuel.
Medline Case Study
Medline Industries, Inc. based in Mundelein, IL is America’s largest privately held national manufacturer and distributor of health care supplies and services. Founded in 1966, the company’s roots date back 90 years, to when it started as a garment manufacturer. With six manufacturing facilities in North America and more than 25 joint venture manufacturing plants worldwide, Medline manufactures hundreds of thousands of products, encompassing medical-surgical items and one of the largest textile lines in the industry. In today’s cost-competitive marketplace, Medline experiences unprecedented pressure to improve production and distribution efficiencies.
Aaron Oil Inc.
A multi-award winning and ISO 14001 company, Aaron Oil Inc. are not your average waste oil collector. The Mobile, AL based organization is also a research and development company that works with the IUORI, NORA, and the EPA.
Since 1981, Aaron Oil have provided the premier service in used waste oil and petroleum fuel recycling, operating with a commitment to provide the most dependable pick-up and recycling service to their many customers. When CEO and Founder, Dan Cowart, looked to SmartBin, he had a clear vision of what SmartBin’s intelligent monitoring solution could add to the Aaron Oil service.
A multi-award winning body, Cascais Ambiente are one of the leading European municipalities and Smart City regions that have embraced new environmental technologies and the benefits such solutions bring to their citizens.
Goodwill Industries is a North American nonprofit organization that provides job training, employment placement services, and other community-based programs for people who have disabilities. With hundreds of agencies serving communities across North America, Goodwill, like many charitable organizations, use clothing donations as a way to fund their programs.