Epsilor, Astute Electronics Partner to Sell Batteries to the Defense Industry

Astute Electronics will distribute Epsilor's advanced rechargeable and primary batteries to customers in the UK and other selected defense markets

Head of IMOD's SIBAT Directorate, Brig. Gen. (ret) Michel Ben-Baruch, right, with Epsilor's General Manager, Alex Stepansky (Photo: Yossi Aloni, courtesy of Epsilor)

Epsilor, developer and manufacturer of mobile energy products for defense and aerospace applications, has signed an agreement with the global distributor and procurement specialist Astute Electronics to supply Epsilor’s solutions to the defense industry.

Headquartered in the UK with sales offices in Australia, China, India, Israel, Mexico, Turkey and the USA, Astute will distribute Epsilor’s rechargeable and primary batteries and charger systems worldwide.

"The partnership with Astute is a natural match for Epsilor as both companies excel in their field," said Ronen Badichi, president of Epsilor. "Astute’s added value is that unlike other distributors they have an internal engineering infrastructure which is crucial for High-Rel customers seeking complicated and sophisticated solutions. I am sure that we will see fruits of this alliance in the near future."

"We are excited to represent Epsilor across the globe and offer a first point of contact for technical advice, design-in expertise and product development," announced Richard Ford, Power Products divisional manager for Astute. "Epsilor’s name is synonymous with the most advanced military batteries and portable power solutions."

Epsilor will launch a new line of energy products at the Defense and Security Equipment International (DSEI) show, which will take place in London, England on September 12-15, 2017.

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