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Varta  Profile

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Varta  Company Overview

VARTA Microbattery GmbH manufacturers a broad range of batteries covering all types high-tech applications such as mobile communication, PCs, notebooks, electronic consumer products, watches, wireless technology, electronic switches, industrial applications, medical equipment and hearing aids. Lithium-polymer technology is a key innovation. Their advantage lies in their higher energy density, smaller size and more flexible range of formats. Batteries of this type are already on the market and are being delivered to OEM customers all over the world.

Varta  Products

The types of products manufactured by Varta include Primary and rechargeable batteries systems in Li-Polymer, Ni-MH, Lithium, and Alkaline technologies.

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