British Battery Industry Federation

Join us in helping to promote the battery industry in the U.K. and in making a positive contribution to a sustainable environment

The British Battery Industry Federation (BBIF) was formed in 2010 from the merger of the Society for the British Battery Industry and the Independent Battery Distributors Association and represents the automotive and industrial battery industry in the U.K.

Its members include automotive and industrial battery manufacturers, importers, distributors, suppliers, and battery related companies and individuals.

The Federation is also a member of the Automotive Aftermarket Liaison Group.

This body which also includes the  FER; GEA; GA; IAAF; IGA; NTDA; SMMT; SMTA; and the VBRA, meets to discuss items of interest to those involved in the UK independent automotive aftermarket and to pass on our views to manufacturers and Government Departments. It also works with other bodies in Europe in helping influence proposed new Directives from Brussels.

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