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June 6th, 2007
Ultralife Batteries Inc. will continue to grow, adding products and entering new markets, president and CEO John Kavazanjian said at the Newark company's annual meeting Wednesday.
Moving forward, Kavazanjian said Ultralife would continue to lead the competition in product technology in areas such as rechargeable and non-rechargeable batteries, power systems and accessories. New technological focuses will be in the areas of nanomaterials, super capacitors, fuel cell systems and systems integration.
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