About Us

Who are We?

AceOn Group is a vibrant organisation that specialises in research, development and manufacturing of intelligent battery systems and solar products. Our main battery division has the capability to manufacture and distribute customised battery packs and single cell batteries.

AceOn's customers benefit from broad product knowledge and technical capabilities in battery chemistries such as Alkaline, Sealed Lead Acid, NiMH, NiCd, Li-Ion, Li-Polymer, LiFePO4 and Lithium Manganese as well as other emerging power technologies.

With AceOn's in house design team we can assist companies in the design and manufacture of custom battery packs that meet the customer's specification. Whether a prototype is needed or large scale production is required, AceOn have a UK assembling facility to enable them to meet the customers demand.

AceOn Battery Solar Technology Ltd was established in 2009 in the heart of the UK (West Midlands) although the Directors have had 25 years' experience within the battery Industry. In September 2012 AceOn purchased Univercell Battery Co. Ltd who were established in 1993 by a group of managers from Ever Ready Special Batteries in Telford, U.K.

 

Our Business Philosophy

AceOn Group is customer focused, balanced by a clear understanding that value and quality guides our decision making.

  • AceOn Group is a motivated innovative and forward thinking company.
  • AceOn Group challenges its priorities, policies, rules, procedures, regulations, and laws to ensure that we are providing efficient and effective services to our customers.
  • AceOn Group is honest, forthright, and encourages their staff to demonstrate flexibility in servicing customers needs.
  • AceOn Group continually evaluates our businesses processes to support employee satisfaction and encourage their input into improving the company's performance.
  • AceOn Group is motivated to devout our talent to inspire others.

Our Vision

"To be a leader in the market of portable power whilst offering on and off grid solutions for the power hungry market."