Almo Corporation is committed to responsible environmental stewardship and sustainable business practices.
While there is much more that will be needed to be done, Almo is actively working to reduce our overall carbon footprint and to create a sustainable
business model that minimizes our impact on the environment.
Since 2019, Almo has completed three roof-based renewable energy systems which consist of more than 3,750 solar panels on three properties.
We now have 740,000 sq.ft. of warehousing space that run completely on solar energy.
Our solar-panel systems produce a combined total of 1.5 million kW-h annually, fulfilling 100% of the electricity needs for three of our buildings. These solar panels greatly reduce our dependence on grid-generated, non-renewable electricity for many years to come and eliminate 1,100 tons of CO2 emissions annually.
To hear more about Almo's decision to invest in solar energy, watch the following videos of Ed Gibbons, Executive Vice President, and Warren Chaiken, CEO, talk about Almo's solar investments.
Today, all Almo warehouses utilize motion-sensing lighting which can cut in half the electricity used in our distribution facilities.
All of our offices use similar technology. Additionally, we are in the process of improving the energy efficiency of our lighting by another
15%-25% by replacing all fixtures with LED technology. In August, 2021, Almo completed the conversion of our headquarters offices and our
PA warehouse to 100% motion-sensing, LED lighting. That’s over 430,000 sq. ft. of state-of-the-art, very-high-efficiency lighting.
We are in the process of converting our fleet of more than 125 forklifts from liquid propane engines to highly-efficient, battery-operated forklifts.
Our new “Eco-Performance” lift trucks produce an amazing 80% less CO2 emissions than our current forklifts and operate 17% more efficiently
than standard electric lift trucks.
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about the pioneering solar initiatives at Lafayette College, Muhlenberg College, Lehigh University, Dickinson College, Penn State, and the
University of Pennsylvania - the alma maters for many of our Almo employees.
Philadelphia, PA — October 14, 2021 — In celebration of Almo Corporation’s 75 years in business, this year at InfoComm 2021, Almo Professional A/V (InfoComm Booth #3328) the Pro A/V industry’s most dynamic distributor, is focusing on 75 ways of
Hybrid E4 Experience Features Combination of In-Person and Virtual Content; E4 Experience Boston Rescheduled for 2022 Philadelphia, PA — September 1, 2021 — Always evolving to stay ahead of the needs of its partner community and challenges pertaining to the
Philadelphia, PA — August 2, 2021 — Almo Professional A/V, the Pro A/V industry’s most dynamic distributor, has revealed remaining 2021 and all 2022 dates and locations for its E4 Experience regional, in-person and E4 Evolution (E4v) virtual programs. Save
As one of the largest privately held distributors in the United States, Almo Corporation understands that our employees are the backbone of the company. That's why we focus on ensuring everyone who works for us has what they need to succeed, from an upbeat working environment, to skills training, to approachable higher management. With more than 600 employees working in 4 sales divisions and 9 distribution centers around the country, Almo takes pride in offering a 401K program and comprehensive benefits package designed to meet the changing and various needs of our employees.Almo Career Search
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Almo Corporation is the largest independent distributor of appliances, consumer electronics, professional A/V equipment, furniture and housewares in the United States. Serving the needs of retailers across the country, Almo operates 9 regional distribution facilities with over 2.5 million square feet of warehousing.Learn More
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