Arbin Celebrates Its Past while Looking Toward the Future for Battery and Energy Storage Testing

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Next year will mark a big milestone for Arbin Instruments, as the leader in the battery and energy storage testing space will turn 30.

Dr. John Zhang founded the company in 1991, and the willingness from Zhang and his team to go above and beyond for each client truly sets Arbin apart, said Katherine Price, Technical Marketing Specialist at Arbin.

“Arbin’s customers come back because they know their sales engineer and the support team and the product team, and everyone is going to give them their 100% to make sure they have the reliable testing equipment that they need and the most innovative product they need to continue with their research,” Price said.

Yet, while Arbin is older than even some of the industries which it currently services, the company continues to be on the cutting edge of the industry thanks to its substantial investment in research and development. That means excellence not only in expanding spaces like electric vehicles, but also other technologies not yet in the mainstream.

“I would definitely say EV manufacturers – that growth will continue to be a huge client base for Arbin, but that’s just one little part of regenerative battery testing,” she said. “There’s other industries, such as electric vertical takeoff and landing and electric taxis, and grid storage actually is one of the major players right now Arbin is seeing continue to grow.”

The company is planning a number of events and promotions to help celebrate its big birthday, both to look back on the successful past but also to look with anticipation toward a future of more innovations and problem solving.

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