Australian battery company Redflow has shipped zinc-bromine flow batteries made at its new factory in Thailand to Fiji for use in a local digital television network.
With global shipments set to grow 5% by 2017 end and then nearly another 5% in 2018, ever better technologies at all price points are putting the sell into your smartphone.
Shippit powers delivery for "hundreds of retailers across Australia sending tens of thousands of deliveries every single month", and with volumes growing 50% every month, they ship it good.
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