Company Overview of Saft Groupe S.A.
Saft Groupe SA designs, develops, manufactures, and sells rechargeable and non-rechargeable batteries in Europe, North America, Asia/Oceania, the Middle East and Africa, and South America. The company operates through four segments: Industrial Standby; Transportation, Telecom and Grid; Civil Electronics; and Space and Defence. The Industrial Standby segment manufactures and sells batteries used for stationary backup power in industrial infrastructures. The Transportation, Telecom and Grid segment manufactures batteries used for backup power in telecommunication networks, and backup and traction power for aviation and rail applications; and batteries for renewable energy storage. The Civil El...
12, rue Sadi Carnot
Founded in 1918
Key Executives for Saft Groupe S.A.
Chairman of the Management Board
Executive Vice President of Transportation, Telecom & Grid Division, Member of The Management Board, Chief Executive Officer of Saft America Inc and President of Saft America Inc
Executive Vice President of Industrial Standby Division and Member of Management Board
Executive Vice President of Civil Electronics Division and General Manager of Tadiran Batteries Ltd
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Saft Groupe S.A. Key Developments
Saft Groupe S.A.(UNQ:SAFT) dropped from Ardour Global Index (Composite)
Sep 20 16
Saft Groupe S.A. has been removed from Ardour Global Index (Composite).
Saft Groupe S.A.(UNQ:SAFT) dropped from Ardour Global Index (EMEA)
Sep 20 16
Saft Groupe S.A. has been removed from Ardour Global Index (EMEA).
Saft Partners with Mission Critical Services Inc. for Intensium Flex Li-Ion Battery Solution
Sep 16 16
Saft has announced a partnership with Mission Critical Services Inc. to deliver the Intensium Flex Li-ion battery solution to support a data center application. The innovative Saft Li-ion battery system has been installed in the data center at a US Financial Services Company headquarters in North Carolina. Saft and MCS have specified the Intensium Flex system to enable the Eaton UPS to maintain continuity of power for the data center's critical systems for up to 15 minutes should there be an interruption to the main power supply. Saft has developed the Intensium Flex concept to suit the various power and energy requirements of a wide range of backup applications for centralized distributed power and data centers, and demanding UPS applications. The main customer benefit of Intensium Flex is that it offers reduced maintenance costs combined with a small installation footprint and optimized TCO (total cost of ownership). The Intensium Flex system deployed for this major US Financial Services Company located in the Southeast is rated at 416 V and can deliver 50 kVA of power for up to 15 minutes with recharging in just 2 hours. It comprises a string of 9 Synerion 46Mfe battery modules integrated within a cabinet that also contains the BMM (Battery Management Module) and DC panel incorporating the Modbus TCP communication. The battery is interfaced to an Eaton UPS. The Synerion modules are based on Saft's Li-ion Super-Iron Phosphate (SLFP) chemistry that ensures increased safety, light weight and compact size, high efficiency, long calendar and cycling life, fast-charging capability and high power output - both continuous and in pulses. In the application the Intensium Flex will have an expected lifetime of 20 years. On this basis the reduced maintenance and battery replacement costs compared with lead-acid batteries will deliver savings of tens of thousands of dollars.
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