5 Powerful Reasons for Having a MAC® Battery
Cycle Plus Technology
New CYCLE PLUS Technology that allows longer life cycles
Long Lasting Life
Alloy grind that reduce corrosion, minimize its growth and avoid shorts, which means more cycle life
High starting power for better performance
Safe & Leak Proof
Sealed battery SureTop Technology
Supported by global leader in batteries
Why Choose MAC® Batteries
|MAC® batteries, now with new Cycle Plus technology : patented grid with ultimate alloy generation that gives 20% longer cycle lifes to the battery*. *vs. brand referendes with old grid technologies.||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|Suretop™ is the new technology that we have developed and patented to provide the highest possible security to our drivers and extend the maximum life of your MAC® Battery.||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|Preferred OE Colombian supplier.||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|CLARIOS: With the world´s largest automotive battery manufacturer technology.||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|More leadership: Extensive porfolio with references for all types of vehicles and users.||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|Confidence: market leader Brand with more tan 60 years of tradition and innovation.||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|More Energy: Suitable for vehicles that requiered more energy demand.||Yes||Yes|
|Start-Stop: Stuitable for vehicles with start-stop technology.||Yes||No|
|Warranty: With the support of a specialized national network. *6 moths for public services.|
History of MAC® Batteries
With sixty five (65) years of history, the MAC® Brand is synonymous with Responsible Care and Trusworthy Energy.
2016-2019Johnson Controls Power Solutions separates from Johnson Controls International, LLC. to become its own entity, Clarios.
New SureTop and Cycle Plus Technologies. Innovating with new product lines, the most advanced technology in batteries: AGM
2013-2014In 2013, the new MAC® Gold Plus Battery enters the market, especially manufactured for vehicles that demand a high level of energy. In 2014, MAC® is recognized by Johnson Controls as one of the best global brands of automotive batteries.
In 2004, we entered the Middle East market. In 2010, Johnson Controls Inc, and MAC® S.A. created a Joint Venture to strengthen their leadership in the automobile markets of South and Central America and the Caribbean.
2002-2003In 2002, three (3) very important things took place: (1) the development of the new battery design completely sealled based on the BCI standards; (2) the improvement of the battery recycling plant to increase productivity and minimize the environmental risks; (3) entry into the United States, Puerto Rico and Bolivian markets.In 2003, the first contract to supply products was made with Johnson Controls Inc.
1996-1997The year of 1996 marked the beginning of sales to the Venezuelan market. In 1997, sales began in the markets of Costa Rica and Chile.
1994-1995In 1994, the MAC® Battery for the tropics is launched.In 1995, MAC ®Battery was introduced for sales in the Peruvian and Panamanian markets.
1991-1993In 1991, a contract was signed for technical support with Johnson Controls, Inc. the largest battery manufacturer in the world.The MAC® Foundation is created to support MAC® business training.In 1993, the first steps are taken towards internationalizing the MAC® brand in the Ecuadorian market.
1968-1973In 1968, the MAC® Battery brand was created. In 1973, they became the suppliers of original equipment for the Renault and Chrysler assemblers.
1964-1967In 1964, Ernesto invited his brother José Antonio to join him as a partner, who became his right hand man in the administrative area and the company called Mejia Amaya y CIA LTDA. was born.In 1967, they become battery manufacturers on an Industrial Level.
1957-1960In 1957, Ernesto purchased a workshop for maintenance and battery reconstruction from his supervisor. In 1960, he signed his first contract for the assembly and production of batteries, on behalf of his old supervisor.
1948-1956In 1948, when he was thirteen (13) years old, Ernesto Mejia Amaya, traveled to Argentina with his family in search of new horizons.There he learned about the battery industry from Italian migrants in the city of Junin, Province of Buenos Aires.In 1956, his family returned to Colombia and Ernesto was hired as an electromechanic at the ¨Distribuidora de Baterias¨ (Battery Distributors) in the city of Cali.