03 Aug 2017 -
 General

Astute signs deal with Epsilor to distribute mil-spec batteries and portable power supplies

Astute signs deal with Epsilor to distribute mil-spec batteries and  portable power supplies

Astute Electronics will distribute Epsilor Electric Fuel’s advanced rechargeable and primary batteries to High-Rel customers in the UK and in other selected defence markets.

Astute Electronics Ltd, franchised global distributor and procurement specialist, has signed a deal with Epsilor, a world-renowned manufacturer of mobile energy products for defence and aerospace applications, to supply their portable power solutions to the defence industry.

Astute will distribute Epsilor Electric Fuel’s high-end rechargeable and primary batteries and charger systems to customers worldwide.  “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”.

Ronen Badichi, President of Epsilor. said: “The partnership with Astute is a natural match for Epsilor as both companies excel in their field. Astute’s added value lies in the fact 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 from this alliance in the nearest future.”

Both Astute and Epsilor will participate in the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) at the Excel Centre, London, September 12-15, 2017 (visit Astute at N3-410, Epsilor at N8-380).

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