About Dynamic Battery Services
Dynamic Battery Services distribute batteries nationwide through its network of branches throughout the UK, Southern Ireland and Europe. The company supply the highest quality, latest technology batteries for automotive, commercial vehicles, and leisure applications.
We’ve been active in the UK market since 1993 supplying over 6 million batteries to major distributors throughout the UK. They specialise in direct sales and own a number of distribution centres spread across the country. Our sister companies have been manufacturing and supplying batteries for over 70 years to OE specification. This specialist product is now available to our customer base.
This follows the acquisition of Dynamic by Metair Investments Limited (“Metair”), a leading international manufacturer and distributor of automotive products to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM).
Metair Investments Limited (Metair) is a publicly owned company listed on the Johannesburg Securities Exchange. Headquartered in Johannesburg, it encompasses a portfolio of companies manufacturing and distributing products predominantly for the automotive industry.
Metair started life more than 30 years ago as a supplier to Toyota SA, then a sister company. Today, the group produces and supplies components to all of the major Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in South Africa, as well as Renault Dacia in Europe through its Romanian subsidiary, Rombat.
The group also manufactures and distributes spare parts for use in the motor vehicle aftermarket, and non-automotive products for various other sectors of industry.
In 2012 Metair acquired a majority interest in Rombat, a battery manufacturer in Romania. In 2013 it added a majority stake in Mutlu Akü, Turkey’s largest battery manufacturer and distributor. Rombat and Mutlu Akü sell products to aftermarket customers in Romania, Turkey, Europe and the Middle East, as well as to OEMs in Romania, Turkey and Russia.
Metair’s strategic acquisition supports our strategy and vision to secure and grow their aftermarket product range in existing and new markets and to focus on the transfer of battery technologies to facilitate AGM and EFB growth within the OEM and OES markets through prestigious car manufacturers worldwide.