October 09, 2018 – Green Cubes Technology, a leading designer and manufacturer of lithium power systems, announces that it has signed a multi-million dollar agreement with Preferred Freezer Services to supply their Lithium SAFEFlex batteries for their new Big Bear facility in Los Angeles, CA. Preferred Freezer Services provides customers with door-to-door nationwide logistic services that leverage the company’s strategically national footprint. The new facility, opened this past summer, is Preferred Freezer Services’ seventh location and boasts over 491,000 square feet, 32 dock doors, and is focused on cleaner energy. The building is powered from 2 mega watts of solar array power installed on its rooftop.

“By committing to using Lithium SAFEFlex in their material handling fleet, Preferred Freezer Services has shown its commitment to helping the environment by using clean energy,” said Adam Brown, Director of Sales for Green Cubes Technology’s Motive Division. “Lead-acid is an old technology that is both expensive to maintain, and harmful for the environment. It is great to see an industry leader pushing for green technology.”

About Green Cubes Technology
Green Cubes Technology is a designer and manufacturer of lithium power systems. Utilizing proven hardware and software platforms to build the most reliable lithium battery systems in the industries they serve. With over 30 years of successful designs by expert engineers, Green Cubes Technology ensures each system will exceed the safety and performance it was designed to meet. Green Cubes Technology is a global company employing teams in four global locations. For more information visit www.greencubestech.com.

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Preety holds a Master’s in Journalism from Ryerson University and writes professionally in a broad variety of genres. She has worked as a senior manager in public relations and communications for major telecommunication companies and is the former Deputy Director of Media Relations with the Modern Coalition.