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Batteries

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

Monbat among the main sponsors of the most prestigious tennis tournament in Bulgaria – Sofia Open ATP250

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Following the long-year tradition in supporting Bulgarian sport, Monbat was among the main sponsors of Sofia Open ATP250, which took place between September 26th – October 3rd.

In his capacity of Monbat representative, the Executive member of BD Mr. Viktor Spiriev took the role of symbolic host of the ‘coin toss’ ceremony for the quarter-final singles’ match between Filip Krajinovic (SRB) and Kamil Majchrzak (PL).

Despite the difficulties, related to the pandemic situation and the impossibility for the audience to become part of the atmosphere in Arena Armeec, the tournament didn’t leave the tennis fans indifferent. After many turns and dramatic matches, Jannik Sinner (IT) defended his title from 2020 in Sofia and thus became the first player to win the Sofia Open in two consecutive years.

The title in the couples went to Jonny O’Mara and Ken Skupski (GBR).