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EnerSys® Solutions to Showcase Material Handling Solutions

EnerSys®, the global leader in stored energy solutions for industrial applications, will be showcasing solutions that help material handling operations adapt to today’s new challenges in booth S612 at ProMat® from March 20 to 23, 2023 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois.

Faced with increasingly complex challenges, from labor issues to sustainability mandates, managers need solutions that help them simplify and optimize – at the same time. To help, EnerSys provides a complete, turnkey portfolio of prescriptive power capabilities that include power studies for data-driven decisions, a full range of battery and charger technologies that enable true optimization and the backing of a robust, industry-leading service team.

In addition to EnSite modeling software, the Company’s virtually maintenance-free NexSys® PURE Thin Plate Pure Lead (TPPL) and NexSys® iON Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries will also be on display, along with Ironclad® traditional flooded lead acid batteries and a range of charger technologies that includes a new wireless option. The full array of EnerSys battery management tools, including the Wi-iQ® battery monitoring device, the Truck iQ smart battery dashboard, and the E-Connect® mobile app will be other products on display at this year’s show. The Company’s elite team of experts will also be available to discuss how EnSite modeling software can be your first step to enhanced productivity and lower TCO.

EnerSys will also be participating in an educational seminar to help address common challenges with evaluating and selecting motive power in material handling applications. Additional details can be found below.

Maximize Motive Power – Manage Complexity to Minimize Risk & Ownership Cost

Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Theater A

3:00pm to 3:45pm


Chris Wayment, Field Sales Enablement Manager, Motive Power, EnerSys

Harold Vanasse, Senior Director of Marketing, Motive Power Global, EnerSys

This informative session will include the following key topics:

  • Warehouse operational challenges;
  • Risks of status quo approaches;
  • Using fleet data to optimize power selection; and
  • Simulation case study example.

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