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Stryten Manufacturing partners with Canadian Energy to distribute Stryten-manufactured transportation batteries

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Stryten Manufacturing and Canadian Energy today announced they entered into an agreement for the latter Company to become Stryten’s exclusive customer of its manufactured transportation batteries in Canada.

Accordingly, Canadian Energy will assume the sales and service responsibilities for all existing Stryten-Canada customers.

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Stryten Manufacturing and Canadian Energy on partnering to distribute manufactured transportation batteries

Today, Stryten Manufacturing and Canadian Energy announced they entered into a customer agreement. Accordingly, Canadian Energy will become Stryten’s exclusive customer of the Company’s manufactured transportation batteries in Canada.  

Moreover, Canadian Energy will assume the sales and service responsibilities for all existing Stryten-Canada customers.

Currently, Canadian Energy utilizes 20 warehouse locations and more than 10,000 dealers. Thus, the Company uses these resources to distribute products across all of Canada, from Prince Rupert, BC to St. John’s, Newfoundland.

On the other hand, Stryten Manufacturing’s GNB Industrial Power division will continue to directly serve its motive power and stationary power customers in the Canadian region.

“We are pleased to partner for the benefit of our aftermarket customers in Canada,” said Tim Vargo, Chief Executive Officer of Stryten Manufacturing.

So, “their superior customer service capabilities are a natural fit with our focus to design and manufacture high-quality, top-performing batteries.”

Reception and about the companies

Similarly, Bill Nonnamaker, Stryten’s Vice President of Transportation Sales, added, “Our companies share a common customer-centric culture. Besides, we are confident our customers will benefit from the increased support. Also, from the faster delivery times that their extensive distribution network will provide.”

“We are excited to add Stryten-manufactured transportation batteries to our existing portfolio of energy storage solutions. Thus, we look forward to this relationship enhancing the value that we bring to all of our customers in Canada,” said Shawn Sauer, Chief Executive Officer of Canadian Energy.

Indeed, Stryten Manufacturing builds battery solutions that power everything from warehouses and distribution centers to cars, trains, and trucks. Moreover, the Company is headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia.

For instance, the Company’s energy solutions include lead and lithium batteries. Also, intelligent chargers and cloud-based software that help companies make intelligent fleet design decisions.

Particularly, Canadian Energy is Canada’s premier 100% Canadian-owned battery and related products distribution organization.

Moreover, the Company aims to provide the best stored & renewable energy solution for Transportation, Motive Power, Energy Storage, and Stationary Infrastructure applications.

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