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Employment History

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Saft Ltd


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Fed Grant Could Create 800 Jobs in Jacksonville | Carmen Group

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Peter Denoncourt, vice president of manufacturing for Saft at the company's Valdosta, Ga. plant, said company officials were confident about their chances for federal funding, notwithstanding the flood of applications.
"We have been in this business for such a long time that we felt pretty confident that we would be successful," he said.


Jacksonville Business Journal: Business Events Calendar

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Featured panelists include "green" professionals Ellen LeRoy Reed of Greener by Design Consulting, LLC, Kim Newhouse of Grubb Ellis, Nathan Marty of Auld and White Constructors, and Peter Denoncourt, SAFT, Inc.


jacksonville.bizjournals.com

Peter Denoncourt, vice president of manufacturing for Saft America's Valdosta, Ga., plant, said the company was attracted to Jacksonville because of the area's U.S. Navy-trained work force, which has the skills needed to produce lithium-ion batteries.
The batteries will be sold to the U.S. military for a hybrid fleet that ranges from trucks to tanks. The lithium-ion batteries are also increasingly used in passenger planes because they are about a third lighter than conventional nickel-cadmium batteries and so reduce the amount of fuel the planes use, Denoncourt said. The lithium-ion batteries that he hopes to produce in Jacksonville would also be sold to the telecommunications industry since their smaller size gives providers more backup power without forcing them to alter the infrastructure to handle bigger batteries.


www.valdostadailytimes.com

Peter Denoncourt of SAFT highlights the features of the new Tel.X battery manufactured at the Valdosta plant.
The cleanliness of the plant is a necessity to ensure that the product lines are manufactured in a safe but productive environment, said plant manager Peter Denoncourt. The new line of batteries will be sold to telecommunications companies worldwide and used to ensure that even if your electricity goes out, your telephone will continue to work. The batteries are housed in hubs located unobtrusively around neighborhoods and business clusters, and Denoncourt said the nickel-cadmium-powered batteries from Saft cost more than lead acid batteries, they also last much longer. "We have a 10-year guarantee on our batteries, but it's not unusual for them to last 20 or even 30 years. Lead acid batteries cost less, but they also only last for two to three years, making our batteries also better for the environment," Denoncourt said. The Tel.X battery line is a new technology, Denoncourt said, and will ultimately replace its counterpart telecom battery that Saft also still manufactures. The batteries are built cell by cell in a largely automated process, which features robotic machines capable of moving faster than the human eye can detect. Each machine has a human counterpart to ensure that the process runs smoothly and to detect any faults in the components as they are made. Company officials led a plant tour for local officials, including members of the Industrial Authority and the Chamber of Commerce, prior to a ribbon-cutting ceremony, featuring the general manager of the Industrial Battery Division from the French headquarters. Xavier Delacroix thanked the community for its support of Saft over the years, and for a great working relationship as Denoncourt cut the ribbon signifying that the first Tel.X batteries are ready for shipment to customers.


Chamber announces 'Manufacturer of the Year' - The Valdosta Daily Times, Valdosta GA

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Peter Denoncourt, vice president of manufacturing for Saft America, Inc. said, "We are honored to have received this award.


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