Alexander Battery Technologies Continues the Fight Against Covid-19

Alexander Battery Technologies has been heavily focused on supporting the efforts of fighting the Covid-19 crisis around the world. Healthcare workers and first responders worldwide were in desperate need of Personal Protective Equipment (“PPE”) and Medical devices needed to treat the global Covid-19 issues.  Alexander has a significant presence in the Medical and Health & Safety market with customised Lithium-Ion battery packs and chargers for devices that range from Powered Air-Purifying Respirators (“PAPR’s”) used in the field to Infusion Pumps in hospitals throughout the world.  Alexander is a world leader in the design and manufacturing of the charging systems and Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) & Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh) battery packs to power these devices.

Alexander Battery Technologies has been working closely with its strategic suppliers to procure the cells, printed circuit boards (PCBA’s) and components to meet the rising global demand, which resulted in ten-fold increases for some of these key products.  In addition, Alexander was identified as a critical supplier by the US and UK governments and the dedicated workforce has committed additional hours to help with the demand while being mindful of continued developments and taking necessary precautions to guard against the spread of the virus.

“Alexander is extremely grateful to our key suppliers and dedicated workforce that have allowed us to meet our customers’ demand for these crucial products.  We are continuing to produce at record numbers with their support and our recent significant expansion into two new facilities”, said Michael Shirley, President and CEO of Alexander Battery Technologies.

To meet the increased demands, Alexander accelerated its new factory expansion plans and began production in the new facilities significantly ahead of schedule.  The increased factory footprint along with modernised battery assembly equipment, a larger workforce and management team has enabled Alexander to rise to the challenge of the Covid-19 virus fight.

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