US battery management and testing company Midtronics has expanded its Chinese headquarters facility in Shenzhen.
The extension of the Shenzhen facility is aimed to meet the demand of the growing battery market in China and to broaden the technical focus on advanced battery applications with production, system installation and deployment as well as fostering partnerships in mission-critical stationary power applications.
The addition features a laboratory with drive-in facilities.
The Chinese headquarters was opened in 2013 and serves the transportation and stationary power battery management market in Asia-Pacific.
“The Shenzhen Technical Centre will help Midtronics advance battery management with our customers in the Asia Pacific region,” said Steve McShane, president and CEO of Midtronics.
Midtronics plans to establish an engineering and sales/marketing team in Japan. The company is headquartered in Chicago, US and has also a European office in Houten, Netherlands, which serves the EMEA region.
The company recently launched a microsite to provide customers of the company’s battery service diagnostic systemwith with detailed information.