Hydrogen fuel cells playing essential role in keeping food on shelves in the US

In the midst of the chaos surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, the United States (US) is fortunate to have one of the most robust, stable and secure food supply chains in the world, with hydrogen fuel cells playing an essential role.

Across the North America, Walmart, the nation’s largest retailer, continues to support the robust and critical food distribution chain.

Walmart’s distribution centre in Gordonsville, Virginia, responsible for moving food and supplies to Walmart stores across the state, has been recognised recently for its around-the-clock operations to provide essential goods during this crisis.

The centre operates a fleet of 273 hydrogen fuel cell forklifts which operate at a high level of productivity – in short, getting more food on the shelves, faster.

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