Atlanta, GA, March 28, 2022 – OneCharge Inc., a leading provider of lithium motive batteries for the material handling industry, and Combilift USA, an innovative global manufacturer of material handling equipment announced today that the companies have entered into a strategic partnership.
OneCharge is pleased to announce another major supply partnership. OneCharge is supplying Combilift with advanced lithium motive power solutions for its customers and network. This will provide both companies with a competitive advantage in the market and deliver the highest quality equipment and solutions to their customers.
“Customers of Combilift will now be able to have lithium [batteries] fully integrated into their Combilift equipment. This will increase uptime and efficiency while lowering their CO2 footprint,” said Paul Short, President of Combilift, North America. “OneCharge Inc. has worked closely with us to meet the high standards and specific needs of our electric trucks”.
“We’re happy to offer our solutions to many new customers and to provide better support to many of our customers who already enjoy OneCharge lithium batteries in their Combilift lift trucks,” said Tim Karimov, President of OneCharge. “We have been focusing on promoting lithium batteries for use in the material handling equipment for over 6 years and are happy to see the growing acceptance of this technology in this market.”
OneCharge lithium batteries have full communications integration with the whole line of Combilift electric lift trucks. The plug-and-play configuration allows a lithium battery to integrate seamlessly into the truck, retaining full functionality of the battery state of charge indicator and low battery warning system.
A growing number of companies in North America already use OneCharge batteries – the company offers over 650 models and growing. Every OneCharge battery features a data processing module tracking numerous operational parameters. It allows to acquire and analyze significant volumes of data further enabling value-adding services for the customers. Such services can range from daily usage reports to Energy as a Service (EaaS) offering, which is sometimes referred to as “power by the hour”.