Washington, DC - American Meat Institute (AMI) members can now pool together with other companies to find the best combination of low price and high reliability in electric power rates.
Power Purchasers International, LLC, (APPI)
based in Salisbury, MD, uses the leverage of a
buyer’s pool to negotiate, contract and
manage energy purchases for members of the
program. The pool represents corporate and
industrial customers from different industries
The deregulation of the
energy industry presents an opportunity to save
money on the cost of utilities by allowing
consumers to shop for the best energy prices.
APPI uses its expertise and pool's leverage to
constantly shop for the highest reliability and
lowest rate available. APPI receives a small
percentage of the savings their services
produce for members of the pool.
Members will remain connected to their
local utility - only the source of power
generation and the cost will change. The local
utility continues to transmit and distribute
power over its wires and maintain the lines.
Whether a company has a single site or
locations in several states, they will gain
leverage by participating in the high volume,
APPI draws on
three decades of experience managing the needs
of businesses. The company specializes in the
development, marketing, and administration of
utility-related benefit programs for members of
national and state trade and professional
Members interested in
applying may contact APPI at 800-520-6685 or
write to 2129 Northwood Drive, First Floor,
Salisbury, MD 21801. Members also can contact
Kathy Kiernan, national sales director for
APPI, by email at email@example.com.
Kiernan is responsible for administering the
program to AMI members.
the interests of packers and processors of
beef, pork, lamb, veal and turkey products and
their suppliers throughout North America.
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provides legislative, regulatory and public
relations services, conducts scientific and
economic research, offers marketing and
technical assistance and sponsors education
New AMI Affinity Program Can Help Companies Negotiate Lower Electricity RateFriday, July 27, 2001
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