LifeBATT Relocating to Virginia

The company represents LiFeBATT, Inc. of Taiwan.

Published: 16-May-2009

Danville, VA -- LiFeBATT, Inc. USA has announced its intention to move its headquarters location to Danville, VA. Currently located in Las Vegas, NV, the company represents LiFeBATT, Inc. TAIWAN in the sale of high technology lithium ion batteries in the Americas, Europe, and Australia.

The batteries manufactured by LiFeBATT have proven to be highly efficient assemblies to store energy for a variety of uses including motorized vehicles for both land and water operations and for maintenance equipment where cordless applications provide safety and convenience. Products supplied by LiFeBATT have been tested by Sandia National Laboratory in Albuquerque, NM, and the test results indicate superior performance.

The Office of Economic Development in Danville welcomes Don Harmon, Chairman and CEO, and Michelle Robinson, President and COO, to the growing list of companies who have chosen Danville as the site for locating their businesses. According to Congressman Tom Perriello, "This announcement of the relocation of the headquarters of LiFeBATT, Inc. USA to the Fifth District is an example of how we can transform Southside from the former manufacturing capital into the future green energy capital of our great Commonwealth." Danville Mayor Sherman Saunders said, "We are very grateful to Congressman Tom Perriello and his staff for their help in recruiting LiFeBATT to Danville."

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