Montreal, Quebec – Lithium-ion battery material supplier TARGRAY will showcase its new high-performance, cost-competitive product lines for cell manufacturers at The Battery Show 2017, running Sept. 12-14 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan.

Drawing on three decades of experience in technology-driven industries and a robust international sourcing network, Targray offers a comprehensive range of advanced materials aimed at enhancing the safety, efficiency and cost-effectiveness of next-generation Battery and Energy Storage technologies. The company’s product portfolio includes cathode & anode materials, current collectors, separators, electrolytes, binders, coated electrodes, and enclosures for various cell geometries. It also supplies production equipment for commercial, pilot line, and lab-scale lithium-ion battery manufacturing.

Battery Show visitors can meet the Targray team, discuss their project requirements and learn more about the company’s latest products & solutions at Booth 1317 throughout the week.

About Targray

Targray is a multinational renewable commodities company that develops innovative commercial solutions for four major markets: Battery & Energy Storage, Solar Photovoltaics, Biofuels, and Optical Media. The company was founded in 1987 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and has been headquartered in the nearby city of Kirkland since 2008. It operates regional headquarters in Gurugram, India, as well as branch offices in the U.S., Germany, Czech Republic, China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.

About The Battery Show

The Battery Show Exhibition & Conference is a showcase of advanced battery technology for electric & hybrid vehicles, utility & renewable energy support, portable electronics, medical technology, military and telecommunications.

Showcasing the very latest in advanced battery technology, The Battery Show is a hub of industry-specific exhibitions, conferences and discussion panels. It is a platform for the latest solutions for electric and hybrid vehicles; utility and renewable energy support; portable electronics; medical technology; military; and telecommunications, among others.



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