Black Horse – FAS and Vamal Group have agreed on a strategic partnership, whereby “Vamal Group” has gained the exclusive distribution rights for BLACK HORSE and TESLA PREMIUM ENERGY batteries for Serbia and the region.
Our common goal is to raise the availability, service quality, and support for our products to the highest level, in order to provide maximum support to our partners and increase customer satisfaction with our products and services.
Vamal Group rightfully holds a leading position in battery distribution within the region. For over two decades, the company has built its reputation on customer trust and an innovative approach to business. With branches in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and North Macedonia, the company has a well-developed retail, wholesale, and service network.
“Black Horse” has been one of the most recognizable battery brands in the region for the past seventy years, producing batteries for cars and trucks. Thanks to the knowledge and experience of our experts, the company has achieved a high level of quality in the production of new generations of batteries.
Thanks to Vamal Group’s secure position in the market, along with the quality and tradition of Black Horse batteries, we are confident that this partnership will bring significant improvements and contribute to better availability of batteries within the region.
We are used to supply businesses and partners all over the world.
For all of us, the battery has to start the vehicle’s engine in all weather conditions, to provide energy for all electric consumers in the vehicle, to last as long as possible (preferably as the vehicle) and not require any maintenance.
The battery is an electrochemical energy source that releases electricity in a controlled way. All types of batteries contain positive and negative plates that are ionized into the electrolyte inside the box.
All our batteries are lead-acid, which means that positive and negative plates are made of lead compounds found in electrolytes from diluted sulphuric acid. Lead-acid batteries fall into a group of secondary batteries, which means they can be recharged after discharge. Primary batteries can only be discharged once, after which they must be thrown away; an example of these batteries are batteries for handheld lamps and radios.
A grid made of lead alloy gives mechanical firmness to the active material. Active material is made from a mixture of lead oxide and lead sulfate, which turns into lead dioxide on a positive plate when initially charging. Negative active material also contains small amounts of additives that give the battery good discharge performance at low temperatures.
Electrolyte is diluted sulphuric acid. It serves as a conductor for electric ions between a positive and negative plate when the battery is charging or emptying.