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EnerSys invites attendees of ProMat 2019 to experience “What's Happening NexSys” in the company’s line of intelligent and flexible power solutions. To kick off this year’s show, EnerSys will host a press conference on Monday, April 8, 2019 at 11:00am CDT in booth S612 to formally introduce the company’s expanded line of NexSys battery solutions. ProMat 2019 will take place from April 8 to 11 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois.

“As the world of material handling evolves, EnerSys is committed to delivering innovative battery solutions that are tailored to meet every customer’s needs – no matter how big or small the operation – with the ultimate goal of achieving optimal reliability,” said Harold Vanasse, Senior Director of Marketing, Motive Power Americas at EnerSys. “We are excited to introduce our line of advanced Li-ion and TPPL solutions at one of the industry’s largest tradeshows.”

From the unique, modular design of the new Li-Ion NexSys iON battery, to the cost-effective performance of the TPPL NexSys PURE battery, the launch of NexSys battery solutions deliver virtually maintenance-free performance for a wide range of material handling applications.

EnerSys booth S612 will feature interactive displays for attendees to explore the innovation behind NexSys iON and NexSys PURE batteries. EnerSys Chief Technical Officer and Senior Vice President Joern Tinnemeyer will deliver on-floor educational seminars on the future of li-ion batteries and wireless charging. Seminar dates and times are as follows:

  • Tuesday, April 9th at 11:15 a.m. CDT – From Hoverboards to Lift Trucks: What You Need to Know About Lithium-ion Batteries & the Battery Management Systems & Standards that Surround Them (THEATER B)
  • Tuesday, April 9th at 3:45 p.m. CDT – Wireless Battery Charging: From Your Electric Toothbrush to Your Lift Truck – Wireless Charging Will Soon Revolutionize Your DC (THEATER F)

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