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TAB Batteries

Tovarna Accumulator Batterien

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TAB was established in 1965 as a subsidiary of Rudnik Mežica Holding (Lead Mine Mežica Holding) in a region where different lead activities are more than 350 years old.
For the first 15 years TAB was a licence partner of Tudor, Sweden. Now a days, TAB is producing a wide range of lead acid flooded, VRLA AGM and VRLA Gel batteries in three modern factories with approximately 900 employees on three different locations:

  • On first location in Žerjav, Slovenia, there is a recycling plant producing approx. 30.000 t of soft lead per year from 60.000 t of scrap and a factory for industrial batteries with annual capacity 1,5 mio pieces of TAB branded traction and stationary cells.

  • The second location is in Črna na Koroškem, Slovenia, where there is a factory for starter batteries of TAB, Topla, Vesna and Starter Vesna brands with annual capacity of 2,0 - 2,5 mio pieces.

  • The third factory is situated in Macedonia, Probishtip, with annual capacity of 1,0 - 1,5 mio pieces of starter batteries of Vesna and Starter Vesna brands and recycling plant producing approx. 5.000 t of soft lead per year from 10.000 t of scrap.


In TAB also various military batteries are produced.

Our high quality batteries are known worldwide, especially in Europe, Asia and America.


TAB produces all kind of lead-acid batteries and offers different pre and after sale services to fulfill all possible needs of the clients. The ambition of the company is to be better than the competition, unique in some particularities. Of course, not in all respects, but at least to achieve a high degree of recognition and positive acceptance of the company and its products with customers (buyers, suppliers) as well as broaden in the public.

Therefore, besides business interest to develop, produce and sell a high quality product, the company develops partnership relations with all internal and external factors involved into its operating: with buyers and suppliers, with its employees by improving their working conditions and with different public interests.

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