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Kaycom to represent Epsilor in Canada's military battery marketplace
Kaycom to represent Epsilor in Canada's military battery marketplace

Kaycom to represent Epsilor in Canada's military battery marketplace

Epsilor has partnered with a superior Canadian provider of military products Kaycom Incorporated who will distribute the company’s product line of mobile and portable energy sources for military applications in the highly sophisticated Canadian market.

Kaycom was founded in 1978, and has proven expertise and in-depth knowledge of the Canadian Military with their various ongoing projects and requirements.

Kaycom is dedicated to army and air force applications. The company represents uniquely qualified military manufacturers throughout the world and provides these companies with proven Canadian support through various facets.

The company has a longstanding relationship with the Canadian Department of National Defence, and other Canadian government agencies, such as CSIS, Transport Canada, Royal Canadian Mounted Police to name only a few. 

“We are extremely proud to be working with Epsilor and look forward to promoting their excellent battery products to the Canadian Armed Forces  to support their energy and power needs; be it communication, sensing or surveillance we will be there with a valid and reliable solution and product, to support our valued customers,” said Brian March, Kaycom’s President and CEO. 

"The Canadian army is highly sophisticated and as a high-profile NATO member, the Canadian armed forces energy requirements meet the highest standards requiring highly powerful energy solutions,” said Felix Frisch, Epsilor’s VP Marketing and Business Development. “The partnership will create a strong local market presence with Kaycom, and will enable Epsilor to further strengthen our presence in Canada.” 

Epsilor was
awarded a Canadian Military contract in 2018 to develop and provide an innovative charger designed to meet the operational and technical needs of the Canadian Armed Forces Integrated Soldier System Suite (ISSP) Program.

The Canadian ISS Program aims to equip thousands of dismounted soldiers with state-of-the-art C4I systems that include battle management system, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, and target acquisition equipment. As ISSP energy components support all wearable electronic equipment in long term dismounted operations, the Canadian Armed Forces identified battery recharging as a critical capability of the ISSP.