About Us

Decades of experience and a passionate vision.

About Us

TRADION was founded in 2019 on the belief that we can do better. We believe that we can do better with our resources through creative engineering.

We believe we can do better for our society by investing in others and empowering each person to become excellent.

We believe we can create a future that is sustainable, that fosters innovation, and leaves a legacy for others to build from.

We believe that everyone should have access to technologies, services, and support to build a better tomorrow.

We are driven by this belief. We are driven to do better.

Our vision is to create sustainable technologies that are accessible to everyone.

Our mission is to eliminate the waste of our resources through creative engineering and intelligent design.

Because long-term sustainability is not just about sustainable sources of energy, it is also about smart energy management. It’s not just about getting more people in EV’s, it has to be a whole infrastructure approach from the power plant to the home to the vehicles we drive to the way we recycle all of those things.

Our Team

  • Location
  • Grand Haven, MI
  • Founded
  • 2019


Josh Bylsma

CEO, Founder

Serial entrepreneur with over 15 years’ experience in leading market development in, IT, IoT, security, and technology services throughout North America. 

Scott Halwerda

CTO, Co Founder

20 years’ experience as a leader in IT infrastructure, security, and project management, deploying regional and global systems. 

Ben Bylsma

CMO, Co Founder

Marketing expert with 10 years of experience helping companies communicate with their customers and 20 years in design and media production.

Greg Kaiser

VP of Engineering, Co Founder

Over 10 years’ experience in battery manufacturing, electrical engineering, and manufacturing. 

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