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How we got our start?
Artisan Power was a garage start-up company that has grown into a globally trusted battery manufacturer. Founded in 2005 by international battery manufacturers who were looking to break away from the corporate norms. Despite substantial growth, we still maintain that small business feel.
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All of our products are manufactured by ISO 9001 listed manufacturing plants and conform to NEMA’s American National Standard for Portable Rechargeable Cells and Batteries – Safety Standard, C18.2M, Part 2-1999. We adhere to all of the same high standards and guidelines applicable to OEM battery packs with affordability in mind.

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