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Renata SA  Profile

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Renata SA  Company Overview

RENATA SA, with its head office in Itingen near Basel (Switzerland), is a worldwide leading producer of button cells for electronic applications. The business, founded in 1952 with the goal to produce mechanical parts for wristwatches, specialized in button-battery cells in the late 70s and after this concentrated on the wrist-watch industry. Today, in the modern production plant at Itingen, where all services (research and development, production, quality assurance and marketing) are grouped. RENATA SA is a subsidiary of the Swatch Group Ltd. in Biel, Switzerland.

Renata SA  Products

The types of products manufactured by Renata SA include watch batteries, hearing aid batteries, 3v lithium batteries, tabbed lithium batteries, encapsulated lithium batteries, battery holders, and lithium polymer batteries.

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