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Battery Watering Technologies partners with Wetac Motive Power to cover Europe

Battery Watering Technologies has recently announced a partnership with Wetac Motive Power to provide distribution for battery watering systems and accessories throughout Europe.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
March 24, 2014

Battery Watering Technologies has recently announced a partnership with Wetac Motive Power to provide distribution for battery watering systems and accessories throughout Europe. Wetac Motive Power was established in 1985 as a battery specialist and has since become one of the leading independent players in the battery industry in Europe.

Wetac headquarters is located in Ede - The Netherlands, with offices in Germany, England and the Czech Republic. With locations throughout Europe, Wetac is able to fully stock and distribute product quickly.

“Wetac is known for providing quality products and service and we are very excited to partner with them”, said Scott Elliott, President of Battery Watering Technologies. “Our clients are accustomed to a high level of quality and Wetac has a professional staff that is very knowledgeable and reliable”.

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