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Monbat Group provides a wide range of battery products and solutions for a variety of end-market applications

Automotive
Automotive
Agriculture
Agriculture
Public Transportation
Public Transportation
Marine
Marine
Defence
Defence
Industrial
Industrial
Aerospace
Aerospace
Telecommunications
Telecommunications
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Renewable sources

LEAD ACID BATTERIES

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The lead acid battery business focuses on the production of lead-acid automotive and stationary batteries and their servicing. The products in this segment can be divided into the following main groups:

  • starter batteries
  • stationary batteries
  • deep cycle batteries
  • special batteries
  • locomotives batteries
  • leisure batteries

RECYCLING

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The division operates in recycling and trading activities of

  • lead acid scrap batteries
  • lead alloys
  • polyethylene and polypropylene materials

Recycling facilities are located in Bulgaria as well as in Italy, Romania and Serbia.

LITHIUM ION SOLUTIONS

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The lithium-Ion business segment operates under the EAS brand and provides cells and systems based on safe and proven LFP chemistry. The adopted cylindrical cells technology and the modular-based packing approach of the battery and systems allows EAS to maintain its attractive product range of High Power (HP) batteries for selected industries such as:

  • public transport
  • commercial fleet
  • construction machines
  • marine
  • harbour
  • and airport operations

Business to the Rules with the support of Monbat Group

Corporate

The Fifth Edition of the BICA Awards has provided inspirational examples of success in the fight against the underground economy in 2017

June 2018                  In June 2018 the Bulgarian Industrial Capital Association (BICA) presented its annual Business to the Rules Awards with the support of Monbat Economic Group. Restricting and preventing the grey economy in Bulgaria is only possible through the joint efforts of responsible businesses and institutions in the country. This is also is the basis for improving competitiveness, which is the leading motivation for support provided by Monbat. These awards are designed to highlight institutions and individuals who have made an active contribution towards curbing the grey economy and making the public progressively intolerant towards it.

The winners in the categories were selected by a jury of more than 100 distinguished celebrities. The National Council for Tripartite Cooperation took the award for a “Normative act or administrative practice that leads to curbing the grey economy and improving the business environment”. The Association of Bulgarian Employers’ Organizations received the award for

“the person or organisation that contributed to the limitation and prevention of the informal economy through an active stance”.

The award for “the journalist or media contributing to making the public less tolerant towards the underground economy” was won by Bilyana Gavazova from BTV for her “Read the label” rubric.