KPS Global® Named Bronze Winner of the 2021 Edison Awards

KPS Global® has been named a Bronze Edison Award winner in the Manufacturing, Logistics & Transportation category and Thermal Conductivity subcategory for its innovative contributions to the Arctic Express Pack gel freezer system.

Each year, The Edison Awards honors excellence in new product and service development, marketing, human-centered design and innovation. A complete list of winners can be found here.

“At KPS Global, we concentrate on developing innovative and sustainable products that not only support our customers but also benefit our environment,” said Mike Eakins, CEO of KPSG. “We are honored to be recognized by the Edison Awards along with so many companies that produce smart and groundbreaking solutions for their respective industries.”

Among the nomination entries comprising the best products, services and business in innovation, KPSG was chosen as a winner by a panel of leading business executives from around the world.

“After reviewing more than 7,000 products and services and accepting over 400 nominations, we would like to personally congratulate your team on all of your success and commitment to innovation,” said Frank Bonafilia, Executive Director of the Edison Awards. “You have had a hand in shaping your industry during a pandemic year and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to recognize your amazing accomplishments.”

2021 Edison Award trophy

 

About the Edison Awards

Established in 1987, the Edison Awards have recognized and honored some of the most innovative products, services and business leaders from around the world. Award winners represent “game changing” products and services, as well as excellence and leadership in innovation around four criteria: Concept, Value, Delivery, and Impact.

The 2021 Edison Awards showcased some of the world’s top innovation leaders and new products in Fort Myers, Florida.

 

About KPS Global

KPS Global is the industry-leading manufacturer of insulated panel systems, supplier of aftermarket parts and replacement equipment and provider of seamless installation services. The company has five strategically-located manufacturing facilities to serve customers anywhere in the world. Headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, KPS Global is privately-held by D Cubed Group and has more than 750 employees. 

About the New Freezer Technology for Arctic Express Packs 

Arctic Express Packs, LLC’s patented technology brought automation to the cold-chain industry and reinvented the production process of gel packs used to keep pharmaceuticals and other high-value products at a predetermined temperature. KPSG played a pivotal role in this innovative development in cold-chain efficiency and sustainability by engineering and manufacturing the trailblazing freezer system that chills the gel packs to the required temperature in 45 minutes, rather than the weeks-long timeframe traditional production systems require.

 

KPS Global Contact:

Ashleigh Martin
Director of Marketing
Ashleigh.Martin@KPSGlobal.com
817-437-3965

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