Learn more about the benefits of lithium with Matthew Campbell at the Discover Battery IBEX Booth

Discover Battery

Sept 21, 2021

Discover Innovative Battery Solutions, a SOLV4EX multi-national company headquartered in British Columbia, brings its advanced lithium technology to IBEX to help benefit the marine industry and assist in learning more about the advantages of its new Lithium Blue marine batteries.

The company, which for 70 years has led the industry in the design and production of battery-powered products– including lead acid and now at the forefront of lithium batteries — recently launched its new Lithium Blue LifePo4 Premium Series to North America. Discover Innovative Battery Solutions is well equipped to address the needs of boaters and OEMs seeking the latest in power solutions and technology for house deep-cycle or trolling motors.

Matthew Campbell, Director of Marketing, will be attending IBEX and invites boat manufacturers and prospective dealers to meet with him at Booth 3-316 on Tuesday, September 28 and Wednesday, September 29, which will be shared in conjunction with its marine distributor, The Gartner Group.

Discover Battery has also submitted its Lithium Blue for an Innovation Award at the conference and is eager to address the questions and uncertainties that many have about the use of lithium, its safety and advantages to the boater and marine manufacturer—especially as today’s boater places extreme demands on batteries, given the technical entertainment, security and electronic systems in marine applications.

Some have questions about installation, re-charging and the term “drop-in” replacement. Campbell is available to answer these and other questions.

In addition, Discover Battery participated in the pre-IBEX “Pitch the Pros” presentation facilitated by Soundings Trade and is pleased to make this powerful five-minute introduction available for your review:

https://app.box.com/s/2jgt0w9gmfikpoggk8xwvzcpetluwq7y

To schedule an appointment for IBEX, please contact Matthew Campbell directly at (604) 961-5667.

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