Saft to Provide Specialty Batteries for Joint Light Tactical Vehicle

JLTV_Cat_B_hillLockheed_MartinTYSONS CORNER, VA May 21, 2015 — ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday on Saft’s selection as the Li-ion battery provider for Lockheed Martin’s (NYSE: LMT) Joint Light Tactical Vehicle program.

Saft said Tuesday its selection for the production phase of the next-generation lightweight vehicles comes eight months after its completion of the production readiness review for the JLTV.

“This partnership represents the growing adoption of lithium-ion battery technology to support the increasingly higher power demands of today’s modern military vehicles, ” said Thomas Alcide, president of Saft America Inc. and general manager of Saft’s specialty battery group.

“Saft is pleased to demonstrate the role of our battery technology in the advancement of military vehicle performance and capabilities.”

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