ENPOSS and H-LINE SHIPPING contributes FORCE to welfare facilities in South Korea

ENPOSS

Jun 30, 2021

ENPOSS and H-LINE SHIPPING contributed FORCE to Hadong County in South Korea and installed in four welfare facilities worth $46k. It improves the resident convenience through cost reduction.

ENPOSS and H-LINE SHIPPING contributed FORCE to Hadong County in South Korea and installed in four welfare facilities worth $46k. It improves the resident convenience through cost reduction. Hadong County announced on the June 30th that H-LINE SHIPPING Co., Ltd. (CEO Seo Myung-deuk) visited the mayor’s office on the 29th and donated a power saving device, FORCE, worth $46k to four local social welfare facilities.


H-LINE SHIPPING Co., Ltd. is the largest private line shipping company in Korea that transports raw materials and energy. After supplying 4 million tons of bituminous coal for power generation to Korea Southern Power's Hadong Power Headquarters, they decided to donate to social welfare facilities in Hadong. We, ENPOSS, have decided to join with H-LINE. The power saving device, FORCE, reduces 7~10% of the power consumption by improving current flow and efficiency, and it can be installed in the main panel of the facility and used for at least 10 years.


Hadong County recommended four social welfare facilities that require high power and installed FORCE of 525kW, which is expected to contribute to the improvement of living convenience for residents by improving power efficiency and reducing costs.


CEO Seo ㅡMyung-deuk said, “Companies have responsibilities that are proportional to the size of their growth.” “We will continue to take the lead in establishing a donation culture that shares hope and love through various support projects linked with local communities.” Mayor of Hadong County Yoon Sang-gi said, "I believe that the precious relationship will grow into the value of the community together with sharing in a greater future." He said, "Many people living in each facility will benefit greatly with the donated device."