Local parts manufacturer Battlefield International expanding grip on international market

Local parts manufacturer Battlefield International expanding grip on international market
CAYUGA— Battlefield International (BI) owner Steve Fenton poses with a group of US Marines at the Quantico Marine base in Virginia, during a ‘Modern Day Marine’ show BI took part in.

By Mike Renzella

The Haldimand Press

CAYUGA—Local parts designer and manufacturer Battlefield International (BI) is making a big name for themselves on the international stage, with their custom-made parts – each laser-engraved ‘Made in Cayuga, Canada’ – found in unmanned aerial vehicles and land systems around the world.

Founded in 1997, BI first opened their doors at a facility in Hamilton before owner Steve Fenton relocated to Cayuga, with the help of late local business development specialist Wayne Knox. In the time since, they have expanded to four locations in the Cayuga area, including a design house stationed next door to their Kohler Road facility, another plant located on Munsee Street, and a third, smaller location in Kohler. 

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