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Location: Ontario
Project Type: Shutdown
Industry: Electrical Contracting

Trinity Provides Equipment and Fueling for Manufacturing Facility Shutdown

When tight manufacturing schedules hang in the balance, a planned shutdown doesn’t mean shutting down operations as well. In fact, one of the major concerns companies face when planning for a scheduled shutdown is how to keep things up and running when their power system is offline.

This was the case when a manufacturing facility with over 1,000 employees came to our client looking for a solution that would prevent any interruptions to their workflow.


The Client: A North America-Wide Electrical Contractor

With dozens of locations in Canada and the US, this client provides electrical contracting services across a wide range of industries, with a particular focus on energy management, food and beverage processing and transit solutions. With a portfolio that includes contributing to the construction of the retractable stadium roof at Toronto’s Roger’s Arena, this contractor knows what it takes to complete large projects successfully.


The Challenge: A Planned Outage With No Room for Downtime

A large Ontario-based manufacturer of industrial kitchen equipment was planning a shutdown at their facility. And with over 1,000 employees, they needed to ensure that operations would able to proceed throughout the duration of the shutdown, as any downtime would have been very costly.

Our client, with their experience in the food manufacturing sector, and their reputation for successfully completing large, complex projects, was the obvious choice. And they, in turn, called us.


Our Approach: Equipment and Fueling Services In One Place

Thanks to our power broker model and extensive inventory, Trinity Power was able to source the right piece of high-quality equipment for the project:

Because the Trinity team is made up of temporary power experts with electrical backgrounds, we are able to provide services that extend far beyond equipment procurement.

In this case, that included fueling services. Ensuring that a generator never runs out of fuel, while avoiding over-fueling, is one of the ways that we help our clients save time and money.


The Result: Another Successful Shutdown for Another Happy Client

Thanks to Trinity’s full-service approach, our client was able to successfully complete their project to the high standard their clients expect.

The manufacturing facility was able to stay up and running for the duration of the shutdown, meaning steady revenue, minimal business loss, and a timeline that everyone was happy with.

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