Midtronics seeks to expand in Military sector

Partners with American Business Development Group (ABDG) in order to grow market share


Midtronics announced that it has retained American Business Development Group (ABDG) to support its sales team in their efforts to identify and grow market share in the United States Department of Defense Land Combat Vehicle market.     

Midtronics, headquartered in Willowbrook, IL provides vehicle battery testing and management products and services. The company supplies a diverse global customer base with battery management solutions to meet evolving needs, including those related to hybrid, electric and other new vehicle systems.   

Midtronics selected ABDG as a partner because of its proven performance and success in the military battery and battery maintenance market.

"ABDG's unique team offers capabilities that will enhance our offerings to the military," said Jason Ruban, Midtronics director of OEM sales. "We were looking for a company that could help us raise our visibility and market share within the Department of Defense to equal our success in the commercial automotive market."

ABDG, headquartered in Arlington, VA, is a full-spectrum business development consulting firm that represents a diverse list of U.S. and international businesses. ABDG is the largest business development firm in the United States specializing in re-equipping and modernization of the U.S. military and Department of Homeland Security.

"With its long history of developing quality battery management products, we are eager to represent Midtronics," said Michael Hurst, ABDG vice president and chief operating officer. "We have been searching for a quality client in the battery management market with superior experience, expertise, and core values, coupled with products that are proven to accurately diagnose and recover vehicle batteries. Midtronics is a global leader in these areas and will help us offer significant performance improvements and cost savings to the troops and tax payers."

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