Ultralife Batteries Changes Name To Better Reflect Growth Of Firm Into Diversified Power & Communications

June 10, 2008 by Jeff Shepard

Ultralife Batteries Inc. announced that at it is changing the company’s name to Ultralife Corp.. The change became effective on June 5, 2008.

The name change marks the evolution of Ultralife from a battery company to a diversified power and communications firm that encompasses standby & portable power solutions, communications & electronics systems, design & engineering services, and installation & maintenance.

"The name change reflects the fact that we are no longer just a battery company and allows us to place emphasis on the strengths of our brands, which are the engines driving our growth," said John D. Kavazanjian, Ultralife’s President and CEO. "We have moved well beyond our foundation of batteries and into new markets with both products and services. Ultralife Corp. embodies our family of brands representing the diverse collection of power solutions, communications systems and the wide range of services that bring value to our customers in the broadest sense possible."

Ultralife’s family of products includes: advanced high-energy lithium non-rechargeable and rechargeable batteries and charging systems for a diverse range of portable applications in defense and commercial markets; infrastructure power management including engineering, installation and preventive maintenance of standby power systems, uninterrupted power supply systems, dc power systems and switchgear/control systems for the telecommunications, aerospace, technology, banking and information services industries; and lead acid batteries, UPS systems, inverters, racks and accessories for use in the design and installation of standby power systems and other applications.