Flight Systems Industrial Products And Navitas Vehicle Systems Inc. Announce An Aftermarket And Servicing AgreementMonday, October 8, 2012
Navitas Vehicle Systems Incorporated (NVS), a leading manufacturer of electric vehicle control systems for battery and hybrid powered vehicles, and Flight Systems Industrial Products (FSIP), a leading provider of remanufacturing services for electric vehicle control systems, have agreed to an Aftermarket Servicing Agreement, effective immediately.
Under terms of the agreement, FSIP will be the exclusive North American remanufacturing facility for NVS. Through this partnership, FSIP will supply the aftermarket industry with certified remanufactured NVS electric vehicle control systems. This will support and bring additional value to the OEM customers of NVS, having ready access to a lower-cost, high-quality remanufactured system and extend the legacy of their products.
Accelerated Systems Inc. (ASI) purchased the Navitas controller line in 2009. While they have fine-tuned the name, (ASI products by Navitas) they will supply the same product, performance, quality and industry support that Navitas customers have experienced. NVS products and integrated systems are used in battery and alternative-powered vehicles across multiple applications. These include: industrial and commercial vehicles such as forklift trucks, aerial platforms (scissors and booms), airport ground support equipment (GSE), golf carts, scooters and other special-purpose industrial electric vehicles. Navitas produces patented controller products and software algorithms, as well as customized designs developed specifically for large, medium and small OEMs as well as a complete offering of electrical drive components.
FSIP has been a leading remanufacturer of industrial controls for over 40 years. With more than 6,000 part numbers available, the company annually remanufactures over 45,000 controls used on electric and gas-powered vehicles, primarily forklifts, aerial lifts, personnel carriers and golf carts, along with scrubber/sweepers, walkies, tuggers, wire guidance systems, scooters, mining cars, go-karts and electric boats.
These controls include SCR, transistorized, SX, AC, traction and pump controls, DC/DC converters, accelerators, dash displays, control handles, BDIs, VCMs utilizing CAN bus, accessory cards, battery chargers and ECUs for combustion engines.