Exide Edge AGM Marine Dual Purpose

Balanced Starting and Deep Cycle

Exceptional starting and staying power combined with higher cycling endurance.

Max Durability

Increased vibration resistance for decreased damage and corrosion.

Spill-Proof AGM

Clean, spill-proof, maintenance free* AGM construction. Battery may be installed on its side.1

24 Month Free Replacement

Exide® Edge™ Marine batteries come with a 24 month free replacement warranty for worry-free time on...

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Exide Pure Lead AGM Batteries

Pure Lead AGM

Pure lead is virtually free of impurities providing maximum power and performance in a spill-proof A...

Longer Life

Designs and engineered to last up to 3X longer than conventional flooded batteries. Can be stored up...

Brass Terminals

3-stage brass terminal design to ensure leak-free operations and prevent corrosion allowing for ulti...

Rugged Construction

Advanced engineered plastics for added durability and increased vibration protection.

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Absolyte® GX

Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM)

Non-spillable (no water addition or electrolyte maintenance required). Satisfies transportation regu...

High-Quality Polypropylene Plastics / Steel-Module Packaging

Flame retardant (UL94 V-0) plastic option is available. Heavy-duty steel tray modules serve as an in...

Superior Terminal Post Design

Front-accessible 6 mm female posts with copper alloy insert. Enhanced terminal area aids access for...

Industry Proven

Over two decades of experience and customer field installations. UL-recognized component. IBC and IE...

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Development and Enforcement of the Code

Submitted by fortyfouradmin on Tue, 01/31/2017 - 16:30

Compliance Committee

The Company’s Global Compliance Committee (“Compliance Committee”) provides guidance and assistance to directors, officers, and employees and periodically reviews and directs the revision (if necessary) and implementation of the Code and other applicable Company policies. The Compliance Committee also reviews (and directs where necessary) investigations into alleged violates of the Code, applicable Company policies, and/or applicable law. A list of the members of the Compliance Committee is posted on the Company’s intranet.


Submitted by fortyfouradmin on Tue, 01/31/2017 - 16:29

Exide Technologies has established this Code of Ethics and Business Conduct (the “Code”) to ensure that Exide Technologies and its subsidiaries and other controlled affiliates1 (collectively “Exide” or the “Company”), through their directors, officers and employees, conduct business honestly, with integrity and in strict compliance with the law. This Code memorializes the Company’s commitment to these fundamental principles and provides procedures for ensuring that the Company’s standards of integrity and ethical conduct are consistently and effectively maintained.


Submitted by fortyfouradmin on Tue, 01/31/2017 - 16:27

Nothing contained in the Guidelines is intended to expand applicable standards of liability under statutory or regulatory requirements for the Company’s directors, as and to the extent otherwise applicable. The purposes and responsibilities outlined in the Corporate Governance Guidelines are meant to serve as guidelines rather than as inflexible rules and the Board is encouraged to adopt such additional procedures and standards as it deems necessary from time to time to fulfill its responsibilities.

Review of These Guidelines

Submitted by fortyfouradmin on Tue, 01/31/2017 - 16:27

The Governance Committee shall review these Guidelines annually, or more frequently as appropriate, in comparison to the governance standards identified by leading governance authorities and the Company’s evolving needs and shall determine whether or not an amendment to these Guidelines should be recommended to the Board. Upon recommendation of the Governance Committee, the Board shall consider and adopt amendments to these Guidelines as appropriate.

Conflicts of Interest

Submitted by fortyfouradmin on Tue, 01/31/2017 - 16:26

All members of the Board must inform the Audit Committee of all types of transactions between them (directly or indirectly) and the Company as soon as reasonably practicable even if these transactions are in the ordinary course of business. The Audit Committee will review all related party transactions for which audit committee approval is required by applicable law.

Evaluations and Other Matters

Submitted by fortyfouradmin on Tue, 01/31/2017 - 16:24

Assessing the Board and Committee Performance. With the assistance of the Governance Committee, the Board and its committees will conduct annual evaluations to assess whether it and its committees are functioning effectively and to seek input on improvements to the Board and committees. The Governance Committee will receive comments from all Directors and report annually to the Board with an assessment of the Board’s and each Committee’s performance, which will be discussed with the Board following the end of each fiscal year.