Super B, Lithium Werks Sign Supply Agreement

By Chad Elmore05 June 2018

Lithium battery specialist Super B and cell supplier Lithium Werks B.V. have signed a multi-year agreement to secure supplies of lithium ion batteries to customers worldwide.

Under the agreement, Lithium Werks, a lithium battery and portable power solutions group, will gear up its supply of proprietary NanoPhosphate cylindrical cells, as Super B continues to respond to accelrating demand for lithium ion batteries.

“Leading companies in sectors such as automotive, industry, marine and renewable energy are already served by Super B, and their appetite for battery-powered solutions is only getting greater,” said T. Joseph Fisher III, CEO and co-founder of Lithium Werks. “We are looking forward to supporting Super B as they continue to serve this rapid growth in demand for lithium batteries. I have been impressed by Super B’s ability to expand quickly in recent years and by its ambition to grow even faster in the years to come. We expect Super B to double in size every year for some time yet and I am happy to say that Lithium Werks has found a strong strategic partner in Super B.”

Both Super B and Lithium Werks specialize in lithium iron phosphate technology, a lithium-ion chemistry that offers high thermal and chemical stability, the companies said.

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