TAFE - Power Source Division (PSD), established in 1993, has made giant strides in the area of lead acid batteries. Today TAFE PSD is one of India's largest battery makers, with three state-of-the-art plants located in Maraimalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu, manufacturing a whole range of batteries for varied applications.
PSD produces two-wheeler, four-wheeler, inverter and VRLA batteries with technology developed and refined in-house. These find extensive use in OEMs like Bajaj Auto, Suzuki, TVS, Yamaha, Hero, HMSI, TAFE, TMTL and Sonalika, as in the after markets. PSD has a strong customer base in India and a host of other countries in South Asia in the stationary applications segment like UPS and telecom.
PSD portfolio comprises of trusted brands like AMCO, AMCO INSTAPOWER and AMCO INSTA catering to diverse applications such as two-wheelers, four-wheelers, tractors, generator start, solar (tubular), inverters and UPS. PSD achieved a technological milestone by introducing two-wheeler VRLA batteries, which conform to international standards of power, performance and reliability.
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