Focused entirely on Advancing Battery Management, Midtronics is a vibrant and successful company with a passionate leadership team. Our impressive growth in worldwide transportation and stationary power markets is rooted in the innovative spirit and dedication of all employees. The Midtronics team is held to high standards in personal integrity, responsiveness and professional excellence.
Our founder’s philosophy represents the fundamental approach to business on which Midtronics was built. In all of our business practices we look to achieve the following:
* Build trust, collaboration, and teamwork
* Create customer value with our innovative technologies and exceptional service
* Put quality before profits
* Invest in people and the future of our business
Midtronics founded by Steve McShane.
Introduced PowerSensor line of conductance testers for SLI batteries.
Established Midtronics B.V. European Headquarters in The Netherlands.
Battery and Electrical Diagnostic Platform is created in partnership with Toyota USA; an essential service tool at nearly every North American automotive dealership.
First OEM essential tool made for Ford. This is also the first digital battery tester.
Established Midtronics China, with Headquarters in Shenzhen.
First essential tool for an EV OEM, enabling cost-effective, module-level service.
A new office is opened for the European BV. Headquarters.
2014 & 2015
Midtronics named Chicago's "most innovative company" by Crain's Chicago Business.
2015 & 2016
The Midtronics team participates in the Roparun twice, successfully.
ADVANCING BATTERY MANAGEMENT
We have over 30 years of collective knowledge in battery management. But why is advancing battery management important? What does it really mean?
TECHNOLOGIES & CERTIFICATES
As an organization rooted in innovation and technological development, Midtronics has amassed a significant portfolio of patents and technologies. This continued creativity and diligence in creating and improving our core technology will help to maintain our leadership position in battery testing.
Start. Break. Stop. Start.
The use of batteries changes, so it's time to change the way we test.