Trojan awarded for innovation

By Sarah Ann McCay22 February 2013

US-based Trojan Battery Company has been recognised by industry research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan with its 2013 Manufacturing Leadership 100 Award (ML100) in the category of Innovative Enterprise.

The manufacturer of deep-cycle batteries was recognised for its innovative use of technology and equipment at its Lithonia, Georgia, manufacturing facility.

Trojan has implemented specially designed Cast-On-Strap (COS) equipment to ensure the proper placement and connectivity of deep-cycle battery features.

The Manufacturing Leadership 100 Awards honour companies and individuals that are shaping the future of global manufacturing. Trojan's award was based on the evaluation of the company's manufacturing achievements by an independent panel of expert judges and peers in the industry.

Manufacturing Leadership 100 Award winners will be honoured on May 15 in Palm Beach, Florida, at the ninth annual Manufacturing Leadership Summit.

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