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SBS opens Dallas branch

Friday, 3 May 2019 ( #922 ) - Menomonee Falls, WI, United States
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Storage Battery Systems has announced the opening of a new full-service stocking branch in Dallas, Texas, serving the greater Dallas area including Fort Worth, Arlington, Grapevine, Plano, Richardson and Garland.

The Dallas branch designs and builds custom motive power batteries. It also stocks battery chargers, test equipment and many of the most common battery sizes. In addition to an extensive selection of used equipment and reconditioned batteries and chargers, it offers a full menu of services including battery installation, preventative maintenance, emergency repair 24/7, repair/reconditioning, and battery reclamation.

According to Mike Hagen, president, SBS Motive Division: "Our research shows that there is a significant need in the greater Dallas area for our unique approach to taking care of materials handling customers. Our fully trained employees have extensive knowledge in distribution, warehousing and industrial applications."

The new location builds on the existing presence established by Nolan Power Group (NPG), which has served the needs of stationary power customers throughout Dallas since 2004.

Established in 1915, Storage Battery Systems provides DC power solutions for stationary and motive power applications - from flooded battery cells to sealed VRLA strings, from Ni-Cd jars to lithium-ion rechargeable battery packs.

The new Texas dealership augments the SBS network in Appleton, Wisconsin;
Fort Wayne, Indiana; and Chicago, Illinois.
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