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Ultracell (UK) Limited

Ultracell, established in 1999 and located in Liverpool, U.K, is a world leader in Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) batteries. As well as having a substantial share of the UK's VRLA market, Ultracell exports its products to more than 95 countries worldwide, in the continents of Europe, South America, Central America, Middle East, Africa and USA.

Due to our commitment to provide, high quality, cost effective batteries our customer service is second to none. We pride ourselves on our flexibility and ability to act quickly in bringing new industry leading products to market.

Our products are sold in over 95 countries worldwide for a broad range of electronic and industrial applications, where cost effective DC power is required. We are constantly developing new products to keep pace with industry's rapidly changing needs.

Ultracell offers continuous, professional support through its internal team of experienced advisers and also through its extensive international distribution network. Customers may have technical, marketing and promotional literature provided to them in their own language prepared by our multi-lingual Sales and Marketing Department. For more information on how to become one of our national or international distributors please contact us at

The Greener Future

The Greener Future

We believe that businesses are responsible for achieving good environmental practice and operating in a sustainable manner.

We are committed to reducing our environmental impact and continually improving our environmental performance as an integral and fundamental part of our business strategy and operating methods.

Ultracell Recycling Scheme

Ultracell Recycling

The recycling of batteries consists of reconstructing new batteries by using old battery components such as the plastic and the lead out of our VRLA batteries. The electrolytes inside the batteries can also be recycled by using two different recycling processes, which involves neutralizing the electrolytes and chemically treating them making them able to be used within a new battery.