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Global Supply Chain Expert Seema Phull Joins Kore Power as Chief Operating Officer to Support Rapid Growth of Kore’s U.S. Lithium-Ion Battery Manufacturing

11 Jan 2022

KORE Power, the U.S.-based developer and manufacturer of battery cell technology, announced that Seema Phull has joined the company as chief operations officer. As COO, Ms. Phull will play a critical role in the manufacturing and delivering of KORE’s U.S.-made lithium-ion battery cells and the operation of the KOREPlex battery manufacturing facility in Arizona.

Ms. Phull is a transformational leader with more than twenty years of management consulting and industry experience in the high-tech manufacturing, consumer goods, and aerospace defense sectors, focusing on global supply chains and operations. Previously, she was the founder and CEO of ForeOptics, a management consultancy, and VP of Supply Chain Strategy and Integration at Honeywell Aerospace.

“KORE Power is leading a new era in domestic, clean energy manufacturing in Arizona’s Sustainable Valley,” said Lindsay Gorrill, KORE Power CEO. “Seema’s vision and experience leading high-tech organizations will be invaluable to us as KORE enters the next phase of its growth strategy.”

“By bringing American innovation and manufacturing strength to the development of modern battery cells, KORE Power is responding to the growing supply chain demands of the e-mobility and energy storage sectors,” Phull said. “I look forward to helping KORE deliver on this opportunity.”

In the coming months, KORE Power will announce new partnerships with electric mobility and energy storage customers, deploy the first Nomad Transportable Power System and begin the construction of the KOREPlex battery cell manufacturing facility near Phoenix.

Ms. Phull serves on the boards of several early-stage technology companies and mentors woman- and minority-owned businesses. She volunteers with non-profit organizations to help individuals with their life transitions and operations. She earned a Master's degree from Johns Hopkins University.

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