Stryten Energy To Supply Batteries For Continental Battery’s Aftermarket Business

Stryten Energy, Continental Battery Ink Partnership

Stryten Energy will supply batteries for Continental Battery's automotive aftermarket business.

Stryten Energy, an Alpharetta, Georgia-based provider of energy-storage solutions, announced it has entered into an agreement with Continental Battery Co. to supply batteries for its automotive aftermarket business.

Continental Battery’s aftermarket business includes more than 100 branches and a distribution network of more than 30,000 dealer locations. 

With the new agreement, Continental Battery Co. will gain access to Stryten’s portfolio of automotive batteries, including a large range of options from standard flooded batteries to advanced technologies such as enhanced flooded batteries (EFB).

“We’re looking forward to our partnership with Continental to supply Stryten Energy’s high-quality and top-performing automotive batteries,” said Bill Nonnamaker, vice president, transportation sales for Stryten Energy. “Our manufacturing operations are scaled to meet the increasing demand Continental is seeing in the automotive aftermarket, and we’re excited to grow our businesses together.”

“Stryten offers Continental a new supply of quality batteries for our automotive aftermarket business, which is experiencing tremendous growth,” said Grant Carona, senior vice president, supply chain for Continental Battery Co. “Our partnership will help ensure our nationwide branches and dealer network are reliably supplied with the right mix of automotive batteries to meet the customer needs.”

You May Also Like

Carquest Auto Parts Opens New Locations In Central California

The new stores are owned and operated by Jack Gosnell, a Carquest independent owner and president of Next Level Parts.

Advance Auto Parts announced the opening of five new Carquest retail locations throughout Central California.

The new stores are owned and operated by Jack Gosnell, a Carquest independent owner and president of Next Level Parts.

 The new stores are located at: 

1730 Jackson Ave., Escalon412 S. Yosemite Ave., Oakdale910 E. Weber St., Stockton1557 Morgan Road, Modesto924 G St., Modesto

APA Shareholder Factory Motor Parts Acquires B&I Auto Supply

The four-location acquisition expands FMP’s eastern footprint and grows its presence to 150+ locations in 22 states.

Mergers and Acquisitions Automotive Aftermarket
Arnold Motor Supply Expands In Waterloo, Iowa

The 19,500-square-foot facility provides improved retail space, expanded inventory and additional distribution capacity.

All Star Auto Lights Acquires Blackburn OEM Wheel Solutions

Blackburn is one of the leading distributors of OEM wheels in the United States.

Mergers and Acquisitions Automotive Aftermarket
Arnold Motor Supply Expands Distribution, Engine-Kit Offerings

Arnold recently purchased Sioux City, Iowa-based Motor Parts Central and its sister company Northern Auto Parts.

Other Posts

EnerSys to Spotlight ODYSSEY Batteries at 2023 TMC Show

The conference takes place Feb. 27 through March 2 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orange County, Florida.  

Seasonal Sales Opportunities

With each new season, we’re presented with different challenges and different sales opportunities.

What Drains Modern Car Batteries?

Today’s vehicles are loaded with electronics that add high demands on the battery and charging system.

Fenix Parts Acquires A&P Auto Parts, U-Pull U-Save Auto Parts

This is the largest acquisition by Fenix Parts since the company was acquired by affiliates of Stellex Capital Management.

Mergers and Acquisitions Automotive Aftermarket