Caliente, Unveils New Logo & Upcoming Website for the Military Market

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Caliente Defense Logo Unveiled
Caliente LLC
Caliente LLC

Fort Wayne, IN -(Ammoland.com)– Caliente, LLC a manufacturer of thermal targets and manufacturer of heating and cooling control systems, unveiled a new logo and announced the coming of a new website dedicated to its business unit serving the military and defense markets.

Keeping the company’s iconic flame mark and adding a background of the traditional military camouflage; the new logo better reflects Caliente’s increasing leadership role in the military and defense markets.

Caliente Co-Founder and President, Mike Kelly said “Over the last two years, we have seen unprecedented growth in military and defense sales. As a result, we have decided to dedicate an entire website to better serve our clients in these specific markets and a new logo to reflect our dedication to the industry.”

“Our expansion into the military/defense market (Caliente Defense), is the manifestation of our commitment to serving our warfighters and their training requirements; and to do our part, no matter how small, to ensure mission success and their safe return from combat. ” stated Caliente’s Director of Business Development, John Farfaglia.

The website is expected to formally launch in August.

About Caliente, LLC

Currently in its 13th year, Caliente, LLC is an innovative designer and manufacturer of heating, cooling and control systems. Based out of Fort Wayne, Ind., the company provides energy efficient heater pads, PTC blower heaters, thermoelectric coolers, thermal controls, assemblies and wide area sensing arrays for telecom, military, kiosk, battery and lighting customers. Caliente carries UL component recognition on its products, and utilizes a worldwide network of design and supply chain partners to effectively serve the global needs of their customers

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