Exide now has a combined capacity of 4.5 MWp in Portugal, reducing carbon emissions by more than 20% across two plants.
The company employs more than 5,000 staff members across Europe.
The app is designed for smartphones, but it works on any device with a web browser.
Exide will present a selection of its products at the upcoming Middle East Energy conference taking place March 3-5.
Exide also will provide exclusive service and support across Europe.
The installation will enable Exide to draw much of its power from renewable sources at the site, leading to large reductions in CO2 emissions.
Martinez (pictured) succeeds Tony Genito, who is retiring from Exide.
The deal makes BSI the exclusive distributor of Exide-branded transportation batteries for the aftermarket in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean.
Stübing will report to Tim Vargo, president and CEO, and will lead Exide Technologies in the EMEA region from the company’s European headquarters in Gennevilliers, France.
Woodworth has more than 20 years of experience leading technology teams in the automotive retail and distribution industries. During his career he has held CIO and IT leadership roles at Phillips Pet Food & Supplies Inc., Fred’s Inc., TruckPro, CSK Auto and Murray’s Discount Auto Stores.
Vargo succeeds Vic Koelsch, who is stepping down as president and CEO. Koelsch will remain an adviser to the CEO through Dec. 31. Vargo will remain a member of the Exide Technologies board of directors.
The Golden Arrow competition, organized by the Polish Marketing Association and VFP Communications, assesses the strategy, creativity, efficiency and freshness of marketing activity. “Centra Mocy” completed for Exide by the Polish marketing agency Just, gained its distinction in the category of Shopper Marketing.