Ecobat Solutions rebrands as EV battery re-processor

Battery recycler Ecobat Solutions UK has announced the completion of its re-brand, which was started before the pandemic.

Additionally, the firm has made a £2m+ investment in equipment and know-how to develop its EV battery processing capabilities in the UK, as the race to profit from used traction batteries gets underway.

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Rebrand completed as firm gears up for large scale EV battery reprocessing

“We are very proud to have already collected, diagnosed and processed approaching 2500 EV batteries, plus modules, at Ecobat Solutions in the last 20 months”, Dr Simon Cupples, Managing Director said. “We are looking forward to announcing further developments this year, including major investments which enable us to lead the way in providing compliant and safe solutions to manufacturers’ supply chains for years to come”.

A different division of Ecobat, known as Ecobat Technologies owns the Shrewsbury-based battery distributor previously known as Manbat.

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