Supplying batteries since 1952


Written on June 21, 2013 at 5:10 pm

Manbat Industrial

Following its acquisition of Battery Power Systems (BPS) in late 2011, Manbat has been working intensively with the BPS team to further develop their combined industrial battery presence. With more than 27 years of sales and service expertise BPS is able to offer both the materials handling and floor care sectors a bespoke battery solution, rather than simply selling them replacement batteries.

One of Manbat Industrial’s primary messages is for industrial battery buyers to put quality before price. This principle will pay dividends over the long-term as a cheap low quality product will simply not stand up to the rigours of everyday use like a quality battery. Put plainly, although it may cost a little more, a quality battery will last a lot longer.

In addition to the quality products that it can supply, Manbat Industrial can also offer a full battery management programme which encompasses everything from the original assessment of the customer’s battery requirements, through product maintenance planning, to the eventual battery replacement. This programme maximises the lifespan of each battery and delivers the most cost-effective solution to the customer’s battery needs.

Manbat and BPS are both members of the ECOBAT group. ECOBAT Technologies is one of the world’s leading suppliers of lead, annually converting millions of tons of lead waste into high quality lead ingots, strip, wire and shot through its efficient smelters across the globe. Among its many customers are a number of major battery manufacturers and some of these brands are subsequently distributed nationally through Manbat Industrial’s comprehensive branch network.

The combination of new battery sales and distribution, together with waste battery collection, recycling and the reintroduction of lead into the manufacturing process, means that the ECOBAT group is able to be exceptionally environmentally aware and is currently the only global company offering a closed recycling loop for lead-acid batteries.

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