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Will your forklift battery supplier be around tomorrow to support you?
Thursday, 6 Dec 2007 ( #339 )
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The turmoil in the forklift battery industry of the last 24 months has left many companies worried that if their forklifts batteries break down, they could be left with a big repair bill and no support.

When choosing a battery supplier there is more than just price to consider; for example, how is your current supplier demonstrating to you their strength and longevity in the market?

Can you afford to not have your battery warranty backed up by a reliable company who will provide support, service and repairs when required? When you are investing significant amounts of your money in batteries that are the backbone of your materials handling equipment, you should be able to rely on your supplier.

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In 2008, Century Batteries will celebrate 80 years in the Australian battery industry. With many competitors entering and leaving the market over this time, Century remains the only company to manufacture forklift battery cells in Australia. The combination of Japanese technical expertise and Australian know-how has led Century to evolve into a supplier companies turn to when they need dependable long-term forklift power solutions.

Century has invested in its forklift power division, bringing in new product ranges like battery handling equipment, battery monitoring devices and exciting new technology with fast chargers that will revolutionise the way companies manage their electric forklift fleets.

Battery Maintenance and Support
Each Century forklift battery contains Century’s tubular plate lead acid cells, providing extended battery life and greater efficiency. The tubular design helps prevent the degradation of battery material caused by vibration and cycling, ensuring optimum battery life and performance. Century recognises that the battery is only as good as the system it is a part of and hence its "power solutions" approach that underpins its service philosophy.

Exciting times are ahead for Century.  Century’s investments in manufacturing facilities, service fleet and new products, combined with nearly 80 years of quality manufacturing experience will see some interesting product initiatives in the near future and the continuation of the service and support the Australian materials handling industry has grown to know and trust. So make the most of your battery investment.

For more information on Century Batteries visit www.forkliftpowersolutions.com.au or call 1300 734 580.

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