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Hong Kong Highpower Technology, Inc. (AMEX: HPJ)

Monday, November 3rd, 2008

Hong Kong Highpower Technology, Inc. (AMEX: HPJ) is a holding company that specializes in the development and manufacturing of nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) rechargeable battery cells through its manufacturing facilities in China. The company’s rechargeable batteries allow it to capitalize in electronic and industrial applications. Hong Kong Highpower Technology is led by Dang Yu Pan who serves as both CEO and Chairman of the company. For further information, visit the company website at: www.haopengbattery.com.

Dutton Associates Featured Company: Hong Kong Highpower Technology, Inc. (HPJ)

Monday, October 20th, 2008

Hong Kong Highpower Technology, Inc. (HPJ) is a holding company specializing in the development, research, and manufacturing of nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) rechargeable battery cells through their production facilities in China. The company’s rechargeable batteries provide both high-energy density and long life, and are well-suited for use in both consumer electronics and industrial applications.

The Ni-MH rechargeable batteries have been developed to meet the demands of a number of specific market requirements including recyclability, high power, high energy density, long life, low cost, and other important characteristics for consumer and original equipment manufacturer applications. These batteries can be used for almost all applications where high currents and deep discharges are specified.

Through their wholly owned subsidiary, Shenzhen Highpower Technology Co., Ltd., Hong Kong Highpower is able to manufacture Ni-MH rechargeable batteries for both consumer and industrial applications. The company produces A, AA and AAA-sized batteries in blister packing, along with charges and battery packs. Industrial batteries are designed for electric bikes, power tools and electric toys. Hong Kong Highpower also recycles batteries and resells the recycled materials to some of their customers.

The company owns a production base that includes a 484,000 square-foot factory and is currently in the middle of developing lithium-polymer batteries for high-performance applications and maintains a battery recycling operation. The company gets nearly half of their sales in the Asia/Pacific region, primarily from China and Hong Kong.

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