Miltec UV, 146 Log Canoe Circle (www.miltec.com), has recently celebrated their 28th year in business. Miltec UV has expanded into several new markets domestically and internationally and has extensive plans to further grow new markets in the 2018 year. Their dedication to these markets in 2017 has awarded them three of their largest sales in history, according to their CEO, Marilyn Blandford. Miltec UV continues to grow not only globally but also in house with an additional 40 new employees since 2016. “I’ve had the distinct honor and privilege to play a role in recruiting the number of highly skilled individuals who have joined our organization and in the growth Miltec UV has experienced in the last several years. We continually strive to hire employees who exemplify Miltec’s core values, adding to our culture of innovation and diversity. As we head into the new year, I look forward to continuing efforts to propel our growth in 2018.” says Karen McKernan, the Human Resource Manager.
However, Miltec UV doesn’t stop with new hires, as they are moving full steam ahead in 2018 with the launch of their new, revolutionary Lithium-ion Battery UV Technology. This new high-speed coating and curing technology allows battery manufacturers to produce lithium-ion batteries at a much faster pace, with much less floor space and carbon footprint, therefore providing significant cost savings. Furthermore, it reduces the cost of improving the safety performance of lithium-ion battery batteries in all lithium-ion battery applications including HEV, PHEV, and EV as well as consumer electronics and grid energy storage. Miltec UV will be taking their innovative technology and expanding to the US and international markets in 2018. Their advanced R&D lab welcomes manufacturers for testing.
Miltec UV has been servicing the UV industry for 28 years and sustaining its global leadership in manufacturing for both arc and microwave ultraviolet curing systems. They offer standard UV equipment and custom designed systems to interface with existing or new manufacturing production lines.
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