A-MAP Launches New Range of ASIMCO PLUS Batteries at Automechanika Dubai 2019


Dubai, United Arab Emirates, -Thursday 13 June 2019 [ AETOS Wire ]

A-MAP (Al Muqarram Auto Spare Parts Trading) launches its latest range of European batteries, ASIMCO PLUS, at Automechanika 2019. With 17 shows in 16 countries, Automechanika is the world´s biggest B2B trade fair brand for the automotive aftermarket and service industry. It is a great place to discover product innovations and gain an understanding of the latest market trends. A-MAP, reputed Automotive Aftermarket Global Player based out of Dubai introduced their highly efficient maintenance range of ASIMCO PLUS batteries that ensure unparalleled performance even in demanding climatic conditions.

Made in Europe, the batteries are manufactured in line with the highest quality standards and pass vigorous quality tests to ensure a hassle-free functioning. Today, most vehicles are ISS (Idle Start Stop) enabled. They run on AGM batteries that offer a notable performance improvement over conventional batteries.  A-MAP aims to cater to this segment with their new brand, as ASIMCO PLUS batteries come equipped with AGM Technology which is ready for the modern vehicle with regenerative breaking and high energy demands.

The batteries have full frame optimised grid design that enhances the longevity of the battery life and the active material has been developed to endure the aggressive usage conditions in high heat environment of ME region. Delivered ready to use, the ASIMCO PLUS batteries use CA 100 Technology which boosts performance through its use of calcium alloys. The Heavy Duty range of batteries are uniquely designed with battery cover which include Labyrinth System, Safety Caps, Flame Arrestors and central degassing which makes batteries stronger, safer and more resistant to leaks and spills in demanding rough conditions.

Available in a wide range to perfectly suit all kinds of motor vehicles, ASIMCO PLUS batteries are delivered filled and charged for a total maintenance free performance.

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