Magtec EV battery production


Founded in 1992, Magtec is a UK based company that designs, develops, manufactures, installs, repowers electric drive systems and components for a wide range of vehicle types including commercial heavy goods vehicles, buses, off-road multi-wheeled and tracked defence vehicles and bespoke specialist vehicles.

Magtec delivers aftermarket support through its dedicated service team and associated partners. Magtec is a major force in the UK’s electric manufacturing supply chain for drive systems for commercial vehicles.

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Magtec control unit

All design, development, manufacture and initial installation takes place in our modern 65,000 sqft facilities in Rotherham.

  • Magtec design, develop, manufacture & install electric vehicle systems, which include:
  • High performance permanent magnet traction motors
  • Gearbox and transmission systems
  • 3-phase power controllers
  • Control electronics and embedded software
  • Permanent magnet generator systems
  • Energy buffer systems for hybrid vehicles
  • Battery control systems for electric vehicles
  • Battery charger systems
  • Ancillary drive & Power Take Off systems and components

Magtec prides itself in providing a professional service based on proven expertise.

Our first production hybrid electric drive systems were fitted to buses in the USA in 1999; we have also worked extensively with as a Tier 1 to OEM commercial suppliers and defence suppliers in UK and Sweden on specialist vehicle installations.

Magtec’s 65,000 sq ft facility in Rotherham

“This is a perfect example of how our transition away from petrol and diesel cars to electric vehicles can create jobs and attract investment, all while cutting emissions so we can end our contribution to climate change.”

Kwasi Kwarteng – Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

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Our expert team are always on hand to discuss how we can transform your operation, with years of experience in the electrification of commercial, defence and special applications.

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