Indiana Firm Introduces Max-Power Electric Vehicle Battery

Presumably lead-acid battery used mainly in recreational and industrial applications.

Published: 23-Dec-2010

SH, Ind. – Wabash has a new product line. As 2010 comes to a close, Norm Benjamin, president of Bulldog Battery, announced today a new electric battery, which he designed “from scratch,” is being produced here.

And Benjamin gives all the credit to the Economic Development Group of Wabash County.

“This battery wouldn’t exist today if it wasn’t for EDG and Bill Konyha,” said Benjamin, who has been designing and building batteries for more than 40 years.

“He introduced us to John Johnson and Adam Goldstein of ClearFLEX back in 2008, and things haven’t been the same since,” the self-taught engineer said. Johnson and Goldstein moved their operation from Indianapolis into Bulldog’s Precision Battery Fabrication facility in the Wabash North Industrial Park.

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