FORMER PARENT COMPANY OF REVISION MILITARY ANNOUNCES NAME CHANGE TO GALVION

Galvion

MONTREAL, Quebec, Canada (November 26, 2019) – Following the recent announcement of the sale of its protective eyewear business to ASGARD Partners & Co., the remaining Armor, Soldier Power and Electronics, Vehicle Platform Power and Advanced Concept divisions of Revision Military will move forward under the new corporate name GALVION.

“Eyewear was the foundation on which the company was built and early on, the Revision name became synonymous with our world-class military eye protection. Today, the company’s portfolio has grown to encompass a much wider range of active and integrated systems, and strategically, it made sense for the Revision name to stay with the legacy eyewear business,” said CEO, Jonathan Blanshay.  “As Galvion, we move forward with a sharpened focus, and a mission to provide solutions that enhance the overall agility and survivability of the modern military and tactical operator.  We exist to empower them to meet both the immediate and future challenges they may face,” added Blanshay.

Galvion will continue to design and manufacture protective head and torso products, develop customized power supply and management solutions for both soldier and vehicle, and invest in the development of advanced concept, integrated systems based on human-centered innovation and deep end-user insights. “Our focus is on active, performance-enhancing equipment – making the soldier faster, lighter and more connected than ever before.  For Galvion, it will always be about providing the absolute best solutions for operators, with the ultimate goal for protective gear to be the last line of defense, rather than the first,” said Blanshay.

“As a company, our strength has always been the caliber, passion and ingenuity of our people, and as a team, we are incredibly excited to build the Galvion name and brand while continuing to honor our history as a company,” continued Blanshay.  Customers, vendors and partners should expect the same dedicated design, engineering, sales and support team at Galvion, along with an energized commitment to exceed expectation and imagination. Additional information regarding name change and conducting business with the new corporate entity will be shared with partners as available.

Above: Batlskin Caiman™ Hybrid Helmet System is a next generation Special Operations Forces head protection solution explicitly designed—with direct contributions from SOF operators—to withstand the rigors of specialized, extreme maneuvers.

Above: Nerv Centr® Squad Power Manger (SPM-622) is a tough and compact device that weighs less than a pound and enables military units to optimize power for multiple electronic devices.

ABOUT GALVION™

Galvion exists to empower military and tactical missions around the world. Our Armor, Soldier Power and Electronics, Vehicle Platform Power and Advanced Concept divisions work independently as well as collaboratively to design, develop and deliver purpose-built solutions to enhance the lethality and survivability of the modern warfighter and other demanding end-users. With 18 years of experience, Galvion (formerly the parent company of Revision Military) has a proven track record as a reliable partner and a reputation for excellence. Privately owned with ISO 9001:2015 certified facilities in Vermont, Massachusetts and New Hampshire in the US, Montreal and Ottawa in Canada and Bristol in the UK, Galvion works proactively to solve the problems left unsolved by others.  For additional information, visit galvion.com.

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