Ametek Prestolite Power

By Josh Bond · December 13, 2017
A 24/7 facility modernizes its fleet to achieve sustainability objectives without compromising customer service.
<p>Pete Bucci, eastern regional sales manager, demonstrates the real-time monitoring capabilities of DataLink3 and the Wireless Battery Identification Device.</p>

By Josh Bond · April 5, 2017
Based on feedback from end-users and dealers, Ametek Prestolite Power (Booth S2292) developed its enhanced Wireless Battery Identification Device (WBID) that allows managers to monitor battery and charger usage for an entire fleet through continuous data collection.
<p>George Ardolino, AMETEK Division vice president/business unit manager, (center) presents $25,000 scholarship fund check to Vera Fosnot, Ohio State University Industry Liaison Director. Also pictured from left: Steve Wetta, director of engineering and administration; Bogdan Proca, director of R&D; Susan Midel, director of HR; Nick Yarnell, contracts manager; Jim Lichtenberg, business manager of Prestolite Power; and Jason Cotton, global director of sales and service.</p> By MMH Staff · August 2, 2016
Prize from leadership award for Prestolite Power and Solidstate Controls donated to OSU engineering and business schools.
By MMH Staff · June 2, 2016
Innovation is tasked with reducing downtime, maintenance, usage cycle and energy costs to achieve lower total cost of ownership.
By Bridget McCrea · April 5, 2016
AMETEK Prestolite Power (Booth 3674) is celebrating its 100th year of manufacturing battery chargers for the materials handling industry.
<p>Left, Matt Bridge, Director of Engineering and Right, Jim Lichtenberg, with the TruBID product.</p> By Bridget McCrea · March 24, 2015
AMETEK Prestolite Power (Booth 2063) introduced the TruBID lift truck battery charging system.
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