Vanguard, Canimex partner to expand OEM electrification

By Becky Schultz26 August 2022

Briggs & Stratton is partnering with Canimex Group to leverage Vanguard lithium-ion battery power solutions in the applications and industries Canimex serves. Drummondville, Québec-based Canimex is a manufacturer and trader in mechanical, hydraulic, electrical and electronic components working across a range of industries that include electrification, forestry, construction, agriculture, industrial, mining and snow and ice.

Vanguard Swappable Battery The Vanguard Lithium-Ion Swappable Battery Pack line ranges from 1.5 kWh to 10 kWh. (Photo: Briggs & Stratton)

Canimex provides engineering and technical support to OEMs in developing customized solutions and supplying design, quality management, packaging, storage, handling, transportation and customs clearance services. Its electrification team helps OEMs find the optimal components and power source for electrifying industrial, construction or agricultural equipment or compact urban vehicles to allow for easier integration.

Vanguard Commercial Lithium-Ion Battery Packs are designed as a fully integrated, complete battery solution, with the battery pack, battery management system and charger working together to deliver efficient power and performance. The full range of battery power solutions range from 1.5 kWh to 10 kWh, with the capacity to connect to other Vanguard packs in parallel for even more power.

“There’s no question that the future is battery power. As more of our customers pursue electrification, we are excited to be partnering with Vanguard to deliver ruggedly designed, powerfully built battery solutions that our customers can trust to deliver a solid performance,” said Dominic Bolduc, technical sales representative at Canimex.

Chris Davison, senior marketing manager - Electrification at Briggs & Stratton, commented, “As more OEMs look toward electrification, we are pleased to add Canimex Group to our list of impressive Battery Technology Partners. Canimex’s manufacturing expertise combined with our cutting-edge battery power technology will help set OEMs up for success as they pursue integrating electrified equipment.”

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