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Westa

Company Profile

International Scientific Industrial Corporation WESTA is one of the most powerful holding companies on the battery market in Eastern Europe.It means 7.6 million batteries a year that is the largest production capacity in Eastern Europe and the CIS region.

WESTA has 20 years of experience in the sphere of battery manufacturing and is one of the largest battery manufacturers in Europe. The company accounts for 1.4% of the global market.

Power, quality and reliability: these are the priorities for batteries and accumulators made by WESTA Corporation.

The common development strategy of all WESTA Corporation enterprises is continious quality improvement and the impementation of innovative technologies into production.

Automotive batteries produced by WESTA Corporation show high rates of engine dry starting current, low water consumption and low speed of self-discharge.

Produced batteries are of high fail-safety, with enhanced starting properties, durability, and considerable freeze resistance. They are real heavy-duty batteries.

The batteries are equipped by facilities to guarantee their ecological and explosion safety.

In the years of 2005-2011, WESTA Corporation commissioned two modern plants for production of SLI batteries: WESTA-DNEPR and WESTA INDUSTRIAL.

These are powerful high-tech factories with a total production capacity of 7.6 million standard SLI batteries per year.

The plants with a total area of 62,000 sq. m. of production premises make use of advanced technology and unique know-how developed by the research units of WESTA Corporation.

Basic information

Company Name: WESTA International Scientific Industrial Corporation
Type of business: Manufacturer, Distributor / Wholesaler , , , , ,
Product / Service

(Sell):

automotive batteries lead accumulator starter
Address: Pisarzhevskogo str. 5,Dnipropetrovsk,Ukraine
Number of employees: Over 1000 people
Company Website: http://westa.com.ua

Other data

Year of foundation: 1992

Market

Main markets: North America

Eastern Europe

Middle East

East Asia

Western Europe

Northern Europe