Forklift servicing by an experienced mechanic.

Forklift maintenance is an essential aspect of keeping your material handling machinery in top working condition and providing your employees with a safe working environment.

Not servicing your forklift fleet puts your business at risk in many ways, including increasing the likelihood of costly business downtime and reducing the value of your investment in quality machinery. For these reasons and more, create a servicing schedule and stick to it.

As Australia’s forklift battery and charger specialists with an extensive range of battery and charging solutions for electric forklifts and material handling equipment, the Ceil Power team understands the importance of regular forklift servicing, including forklift battery servicing — did you know the batteries that power your forklift fleet need a service too?

Forklift Servicing

Like any vehicle and item of machinery, forklifts need regular servicing and timely repairs. The forklifts in your fleet are put under incredible strain due to the heavy loads they move and regular maintenance is essential to keep them running smoothly. A scheduled forklift service typically involves:

  • Battery check and service
  • Oil, fluid and lubricant changes
  • Brake, steering and handling check
  • Forks and overhead guards inspection
  • Tyre checks (pressure, tread, damage/wear and tear check)
  • Hydraulic cylinder and roller chain pulley check and servicing

Scheduled forklift servicing also ensures that the manufacturer’s servicing schedule is met and that the required parts, components and systems are inspected and serviced at the specified time. This is similar to a logbook service for a car and the benefits are similar, including maintaining the vehicle’s value and protecting the manufacturer’s warranty.

Along with scheduled servicing, ensure your workers are carrying out routine checks daily. A quick visual inspection ensures your forklifts are safe to operate, identifies issues early on, and enables you to keep on top of maintenance and repair needs.

Forklift Battery Servicing

Like the other forklift components, the battery is subject to wear and tear and can sustain damage due to incorrect or insufficient maintenance. Fortunately, all forklift batteries can be serviced and repaired to extend their life and continue to deliver a reliable performance.

Along with scheduled servicing (every 3-6 months), timely repairs keep forklift batteries in optimal working condition. Some of the signs to look out for include a build-up of corrosion, acid level and link issues, and positive and negative lead and thimble damage.

Operating a forklift with a damaged battery can damage the forklift and also result in the need to replace the battery. Identifying issues with batteries early on makes it more likely that it can be repaired and restored to its optimal working condition. Regular battery spot checks are an easy way to keep on top of battery maintenance.

Ceil Power leads Australian forklift battery and charger suppliers with our market-leading battery and charger solutions, and our team’s extensive forklift industry experience. When you need new batteries or a charger to power your business, battery servicing or repairs, we can help. To speak with a forklift battery and charger expert, contact us online or call 1300 877 531 today.

A low angle view of a staff member driving a forklift in a warehouse.

Forklifts are impressive machines that combine hydraulics and pulleys to exert exceptional lifting power that makes them ideal for an extensive range of applications. While forklifts are essential items of machinery that play a major role in powering warehouses, factories and other workplace environments, few people really understand how they work.

Whether you work in an environment in which forklifts are utilised or you’re thinking of getting a forklift ticket and you’d like to learn how these machines work, this short guide to forklifts provides a brief overview. Here we look at how forklifts work and their main components, including the batteries that power these vitally-important machines.

Forklift Basics

The two main mechanisms that power forklifts are its hydraulic cylinders (hollow tubes with pistons) and roller chain pulleys. To lift a load, the lift handle activates the air pump, forcing air through a tube into the hydraulic cylinders. This process relies on the pressure caused by an increase of gas inside the cylinder, which when applied across the piston, results in upward force.

To move the load up, the operator moves the handle forward which pumps more air into the cylinders, and to move the load down, the handle is pulled back and gas is gently released from the hydraulic cylinder. This ‘push’ action combines with the ‘pull’ action of the roller chain pulleys. When the hydraulic cylinders and internal pistons push the forklift’s masts up, its gears push against the roller chain pulleys, moving the masts further upwards.

Without roller chain pulleys, forklifts simply wouldn’t be capable of reaching such heights and would require significantly taller hydraulic cylinders. The way forklifts operate is simple physics but impressive nonetheless — especially when you take into account the loads that forklifts can move and raise in comparison to their size, all the while maintaining stability.

Stability and Control

Stability and control is managed by the forklift’s large footprint and heavy, robust structure that enables it to lift heavy loads, and two sets of controls — one set for steering via its rear wheels (which provides greater precision and turning control) and the other for lifting and lowering loads. The steering controls are similar to conventional vehicles, while the lifting controls are a set of two levers, one for raising and lowering loads, and the other for tilting loads back and forth.

Forklift Batteries

The two main forklift battery types are lead acid and lithium-ion, though other types are also available, including gel batteries. Lead acid batteries are the most commonly used and are the more cost-effective of the two. Lithium batteries are relatively new in comparison and while significantly more expensive, offer benefits such as minimal maintenance and faster charging times. At Ceil Power, we stock an extensive range of premium-quality lead acid batteries to suit all fleets and forklift applications.

Like to learn more about forklift batteries and chargers? The Ceil Power team is on hand to help you understand which forklift batteries and chargers best suit your forklift fleet needs. Contact the team online or give us a call on 1300 877 531 to speak to a battery and charging solution specialist at your nearest Ceil Power location.

A used electric forklift battery.

When sourcing new batteries for a forklift, business owners have a choice of new batteries and used batteries — which are the better choice? The main point of difference between the two comes down to the age of the used battery and its condition.

Naturally, new batteries are more expensive but they offer a longer lifespan and for many businesses provide greater peace of mind. But that isn’t to say used batteries aren’t a great choice. In fact, used forklift batteries can be an excellent investment. Here we look at new and used electric forklift battery solutions to determine which one is right for you.

Are Used Batteries Safe?

Yes, when rejuvenated by a forklift battery specialist, like Ceil Power Systems, used batteries are safe to use and charge. To reduce the strain that industrial battery disposal places on the environment, Government regulations are in place to ensure that end-of-life forklift batteries are properly reconditioned and reused.

When you choose used forklift batteries from a reputable forklift battery company like Ceil, you can rest assured that our used forklift batteries are fully compliant with these regulations, are fully reconditioned, serviced to the highest industry standards, and deliver reliable high performance to power your business. The benefits of used batteries include:

  • They’re cost-effective
  • They’re covered by a reliable warranty
  • You get a top-of-the-line battery at a reduced price.

What’s more, don’t forget that used batteries can be properly serviced, repaired and regenerated just like a new battery. If you’re looking for a high-quality, cost-effective forklift battery solution, a used battery could be a top choice for your business.

Are New Batteries Worth The Price?

Most definitely! A new forklift battery is an excellent investment in your business and offers a wide range of benefits, including the peace of mind that comes with a high-performance forklift battery backed by industry-leading workmanship and material guarantees. When purchased brand-new from a leading supplier, high-quality batteries may represent a significant investment for a business but they offer a substantial range of benefits, including:

  • Longer lifespan
  • Backed by warranties
  • Assured high performance
  • Compatibility with more chargers

Which Solution Is Best For Me?

Whether a new forklift or a used battery is best for your business needs depends on a range of factors, including your budget. For most businesses that source used batteries for forklifts and material handling machines, used batteries simply represent a more affordable option.

However, most businesses reliant on forklifts for their core operations, like warehouses, transport and logistics companies, opt for new forklift batteries. This is typically because of the peace-of-mind warranties new batteries provide, the support they get from leading suppliers, the long-term value they represent and the option to regenerate the battery when it nears the end of its lifecycle.

Ceil Power Systems are leaders in forklift battery solutions and offer an extensive range of new and used forklift batteries to power your business. Contact us online or give us a call on 1300 877 531 to speak with a friendly specialist about the new and used batteries we stock.

A forklift battery provider checking the batteries.

If your business is reliant on its fleet of forklifts to operate efficiently, you need to source the right forklift battery and charger provider. Fortunately, most battery providers are reputable businesses but there’s a big difference between a good provider and a great provider, and it’s the latter that you want — a great forklift battery and charger solutions provider.

At Ceil Power, we’ve been supplying Australian businesses with premium power solutions for forklifts for decades and have an excellent reputation for the quality of our products and services. Including our customer service for which we’re renowned Australia-wide. Here are a few things we believe are important to look for in a forklift battery and charging solutions provider and why we believe we’re the right choice to help you power your business.

Reputation for Reliability

One of the most important qualities to look for in a forklift battery and charging solutions provider is reliability. This means reliable products and reliable customer service. You rely on your forklifts to operate efficiently, and the batteries and charging stations that power your forklift fleet play a major role in how they operate.

When you invest in forklift batteries and chargers you want quality products that are reliable along with reliable service to back them up. As a supplier, Ceil Power has long emphasised the importance of supplying reliable and longstanding power solutions to our customers. That’s why we’ve expanded our team to better service our customers and provide Australia’s longest battery and charger warranties. When you choose Ceil Power forklift batteries and chargers for your business operations, you get reliability that delivers peace of mind.

Reputation for Quality Products

Sourcing high-quality forklift battery and charging products is obviously important as a business owner. But with so many products on the market, how can you be sure that you’re getting the most for your investment? Once again, it comes down to reputation — what do the supplier’s customers think of them? That means sourcing a supplier that’s established and has a strong reputation for product quality that their customers trust is essential.

CEIL forklift batteries are supplied to over 50 countries across the globe and we’ve been supplying quality products that customers trust for more than 70 years. When you choose a CEIL forklift battery or charger, you get a product manufactured by industry-leading brands. Our forklift batteries are manufactured exclusively by Exide Industries and our chargers are manufactured by BASSI and MORI in Italy. CEIL products are so well-trusted that we supply local independent battery companies, who supply our batteries as their own.

Customer Service

While it’s great to have access to the very best products on the market, those products need to be backed by great service. That’s especially important when the products are as central to efficient business operations as forklift batteries and the chargers that power them.

At Ceil Power, we take a friendly and personal approach to customer service and look to develop long-term and mutually beneficial relationships with our valued customer base. That’s another reason why we’re the right choice for your forklift battery and charging supply and servicing needs.

Ceil Power Systems is an industry-leading provider of forklift batteries and battery charging solutions for businesses across Australia. We’re headquartered in Sydney and have locations in Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia. Contact us online or call us on 1300 877 531.

Large modern warehouse with forklifts.

Forklifts power warehouses across Australia and the globe but as a business owner you know there’s more to keeping a warehouse running smoothly than keeping your forklift batteries charged.

Our Ceil Power Systems team works with warehouse operators and provides battery and charging solutions to keep them going. We’ve learned a thing or two about both warehouse and forklift management in the process. Here we share a few simple but helpful tips to keep your forklifts, warehouse and team in check.

Regular Cleaning and Maintenance

A clean and organised warehouse is a lot like a well-maintained forklift in many ways. It’s safer to use, delivers better performance and there’s much less chance of something going wrong. Scheduled cleaning and maintenance go a long way in improving operational efficiency and can make a significant difference to the way your warehouse operates.

Safety First

A safe warehouse is a warehouse that operates efficiently and shows its employees that it cares about their welfare. There are many ways that you can prioritise safety in a warehouse:

  • Ensure only licensed staff operate forklifts and other material handling machinery
  • Provide your employees with the required Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
  • Create a forklift battery charging area with the necessary safety equipment
  • Hold scheduled workplace training sessions
  • Create a Workplace Safety Plan

To provide a safe and efficient warehouse environment, assess your floor and shelf space usage in relation to traffic patterns and building design, and organise for safety. The layout of your warehouse, including the way shelves and containers are placed, goes a long way in creating a safe environment with efficient use of space. It’s possible to maximise profits without compromising the wellbeing of your most important business asset — your people.

Ongoing Training

Even experienced forklift operators need ongoing training to keep in check and, in fact, so do all members of your team, from newbies through to senior management. When it comes to workplace safety, everyone should be involved. Naturally, some workers will require more specific training, like safe forklift battery charging techniques and how to check electrolyte levels and correctly adjust the mixture when levels get too low. However, every member of your team will benefit from ongoing training personally, as will your organisation as a whole.

The Right Suppliers

Working with the right suppliers is a crucial consideration in all industries. For warehouse operators reliant on forklifts and material handling machinery, one of the most crucially important suppliers is their forklift battery and charging solution supplier. Without reliable batteries and charging systems in place and professional repair and maintenance services to keep those systems operating at optimal levels, warehouses are at risk of downtime that can hit the business where it hurts.

Ceil Power Systems proudly provide industry-leading forklift batteries and battery charging solutions for warehouse businesses across Australia. Contact us online or give us a call on 1300 877 531 to speak with a specialist about your battery and charging requirements.

An employee plugs in the battery for the electric forklift.

When looking for a new forklift battery and charger to power it, you’ll find you have the option of new and used batteries and battery chargers. Both options offer benefits, but which one is the better option and why?

New batteries come with longer warranties but you can get a used forklift battery for a lower price. When comparing your options you’ll need to consider points like these and many more. Let’s look at the pros and cons of new and used forklift batteries and chargers.

Used Batteries Are a Reliable Option

If you source used batteries through a trusted supplier you’ll find they can be a reliable choice and a good investment. This also applies to chargers. Due to environmental regulations, forklift batteries are designed to be regenerated and used again. This reduces landfill and it also provides businesses with cost-effective forklift batteries. However, you need to ensure the used forklift battery is fully reconditioned, fully compliant, and backed by a reliable warranty.

New forklift batteries are pricier but deliver great benefits, including peace of mind that it will continue to reliably power your forklifts for many years. If you’re going to invest in new forklift batteries, look for an extensive warranty, like the industry-leading warranty we offer at Ceil Power — we offer Australia’s longest forklift battery warranty.

Are Used Chargers Safe to Use?

Unlike forklift batteries, forklift battery chargers aren’t required to be rejuvenated. While a used forklift battery charge could be safe for your workers to use, it could also have underlying issues that aren’t immediately evident. To put it simply, buying a used charger is like buying any used item of equipment. However, due to the risk of burns and injuries, it’s imperative that any used charger you buy is pre-inspected by a qualified professional.

Essentially, used forklift batteries can be regenerated but forklift battery chargers can’t. That’s an important point to bear in mind when sourcing a battery and charging solution for your workplace and you have the option of new and used battery and charging products.

Which Is the Better Choice?

As purchasing price, the condition of used items and the quality of new items are the most important points of difference between new and used forklift battery charging solutions, the decision for many business owners is how the ‘price-to-quality’ ratio looks.

If they can get a quality used battery for a lower price and it’s in good condition, it may be a great investment. However, new forklift batteries offer a wide range of benefits, including a longer and stronger warranty. Similar considerations apply to battery chargers, but there are more critical safety factors that need to be weighed up. Whether you choose to invest in new or used battery and charging solutions, always get advice and support from a leading supplier like Ceil Power Systems.

Contact the team online or call 1300 877 531 to speak with a specialist about our forklift battery and charging solutions, including both new and used electric forklift batteries.

Female factory worker sitting on forklift and writing on a clipboard.

Forklift maintenance is more than best practice — it’s essential to keeping your investment in material handling machinery in top working condition, providing a safe workplace for your employees and meeting your OHS obligations.

Along with reactive maintenance (repairs) and preventative scheduled forklift maintenance, which we’ll discuss here, routine checks keep your forklifts operating safely and optimally. They also minimise operational costs and workplace risks by identifying potential issues early on. Here we look at scheduled forklift maintenance and how to implement a proactive checklist that protects your investment in quality material handling machinery.

Creating a Forklift Maintenance Checklist

A systematic check of the forklift’s operational systems on a scheduled basis (monthly and quarterly) isn’t only essential but easy. Ideally, use a spreadsheet so that you can keep digital forklift servicing and maintenance records, but a paper form is fine. What’s most important here is covering everything on the checklist. This typically includes:

Safety systems

The safety system on a forklift includes the brakes, steering and tyres. You should check these as part of a routine daily check but give them a more comprehensive check during scheduled maintenance inspections.

  • Check the tyre pressure and look for any signs of damage or wear and tear.
  • Check the brakes for correct stopping response as well as the brake fluid, topping up or replacing if necessary.
  • Check the steering and how the forklift handles. Also check steering fluids and top up or replace if required.

Hydraulics and lifting system

The hydraulics and lifting system on a forklift are among its most important features. These systems must be thoroughly checked and hydraulic fluids kept free of contaminants and topped up to correct levels. Quality hydraulic fluids help to protect these critical features.


If the engine doesn’t function properly your forklift won’t operate optimally, which puts your business at risk of costly downtime. Forklift engine maintenance should always be carried out by a qualified mechanic and includes:

  • Checking and replacing the engine oil
  • Cleaning the air filter and replacing when required
  • Checking the spark plug, rotor, drive belt tension and distributor cap
  • Lubricating the mast and chassis components.


Forklift batteries should be given a quick inspection whenever charging and require extra attention during a scheduled service to ensure they’re working correctly and safely. The proper water level of lithium-ion forklift batteries must be maintained to provide safe and effective charging. This ensures there’s no risk of overflow and the battery doesn’t overheat.


Don’t overlook the importance of ensuring all gauges are working correctly. When gauges don’t register properly there’s a risk that the operator isn’t alerted to a potential issue.

Water, oil and lubricants

Water and oil must be kept at the correct levels at all times and topped up or replaced as part of a monthly or quarterly maintenance service.

With locations in NSW, QLD, VIC and WA, and the capacity to assist businesses nationwide, Ceil Power Systems are Australia’s forklift battery experts. To speak with a team member about your forklift battery and charging needs, call 1300 877 531 or contact us online.

Forklift Personnel Safety

As a practical material handling solution, forklifts are essential items of machinery in many Australian workplaces. However, care must be taken when operating a forklift, when working in areas in which they operate, and when maintaining the forklift. This includes charging the forklift battery. Today we take a quick look at staying safe around forklifts with some simple tips and a focus on forklift battery charging safety.

General Forklift Safety

When correctly maintained and operated in line with workplace health and safety guidelines, forklifts are safe machines to operate and work with. While accidents do happen, including fatal workplace accidents, most are caused by failing to follow OHS guidelines. Here are a few simple tips to reduce the likelihood of an accident.

Qualified operators only

To operate a forklift in Australia an operator must be qualified, which means they’ve completed the TLILIC2001 course. When a non-licensed driver operates a forklift, your business is at risk of serious fines and if an accident occurs there could be serious legal trouble ahead, including personal injury and workers comp claims.

Routine and scheduled checks

Forklift operators should give the machine a routine daily check to identify any faults or damage. Things to check include the tyre pressure, brakes, steering, mast and controls, all of which can be done in a minute or two before picking up a load. If any damage is identified, the forklift should not be operated until it’s repaired.

Safe and conscious operation

Most forklift accidents occur due to negligence and failing to follow OHS guidelines. Your forklift must be operated by a licensed operator, in an environment with clear visibility, at safe speeds, and in line with worksite and OHS rules. This involves keeping safe distances from workers, objects and other vehicles, allowing adequate stopping space, ensuring loads are stable and secure, and keeping people and objects clear of the mast.

Forklift Battery Safety

Following WHS guidelines is just as important when charging a forklift as it is when operating one in the workplace. Battery-powered forklifts are increasingly popular in Australian workplaces and whether a single machine or a fleet is employed, businesses need to create a dedicated space to recharge batteries when required.

Create a dedicated battery charging space

To provide a safe environment businesses need to create a battery charging space, ideally a room separated from other areas. Only licenced staff members should be allowed to access the space and charge the forklift batteries.

Acid-resistant flooring materials

Battery acid is highly corrosive and can cause structural damage if a major spill occurred. While unlikely, flooring in battery charging areas must be acid-resistant.

Natural and artificial ventilation

Hydrogen gas is released while charging forklift batteries which means ventilation is required to provide a safe working environment. Ideally a combination of natural and artificial (exhaust fans, vents, ducts, etc.) ventilation would be implemented.

Access to safety equipment

The correct personal protection equipment should be used when charging forklift batteries and safety equipment, including fire extinguishers, an eyewash station and acid-neutralising agents, should be immediately accessible.

Ceil Power Systems are Australia’s forklift battery experts. Call us on 1300 877 531 or contact us online to discuss your needs with one of our forklift battery and charging specialists. We operate locations in NSW, QLD, VIC and WA.

The forklift is one of the most versatile, hardworking vehicles in any industry.  Modern forklifts are workhorses with a lot of power, agility and excellent handling capabilities for loads and superior performance on the job.

There’s another side to this story – The modern forklifts are so good because they have excellent, highly efficient, high capacity power systems. They can deliver their fantastic lifting performance thanks to their big batteries.

Defining Good Forklift Batteries

A good forklift battery needs to meet certain expectations, such as:

  • being super tough and durable, made for years of hard work
  • incorporating modern systems, with chargers and maintenance accessories
  • meeting excellent charging capabilities, including monitored power curves, protective features, and more
  • having new power options, like traction batteries, power conversion and Multi-Frequency Chargers (MFCs) for “custom” charging needs

These new generation forklift batteries are real thoroughbreds; you’ll get excellent value and performance from them. That’s why you need to do your homework about choosing a new battery for your forklift.

Considerations include:

Adequate Power to Meet the Specifications of the Vehicle

To avoid getting lost in technicalities, the story here is that forklifts need power in accordance with their specifications. The battery has to be able to deliver the power profile for the forklift to work at peak efficiency.

Up-To-Date Batteries and Chargers

It’s impossible to overemphasise the importance of up-to-date equipment, including battery maintenance accessories. The old style batteries and chargers are effectively obsolete. You need the new user interfaces, programming capabilities and all the other innovative features – the new chargers are actually safer to use for operators and batteries.

Get Expert Guidance on Forklift Battery Selection

Before spending a cent on a new forklift battery, talk to your local forklift battery experts. This is the easy way to avoid any possible mistakes or problems with selecting chargers and battery maintenance accessories, too.

If you’re upgrading to a brand new forklift or new forklift fleet, expert advice will pay off well. Your experts will be able to help with battery selection to ensure that your new forklift is working at its best. They can also assist with the new technologies and new options for battery maintenance and performance management.

You’ll be saving money on battery operations and maintenance from day one. Better still, you’ll have expert technical guidance to help your people through the transition to your fabulous new forklifts. It’s a worthwhile precaution to get all the help and support set up while you do your acquisitions.

Like Some Technical Help with Forklift Batteries?

Ceil Power Systems can help you with forklift battery selection, operation, charging, maintenance, and all repairs and maintenance issues. Call us on 1300 877 531 or contact us online for fast responses when you need them as well as all the technical help, guidance and support you need for business operations.

Red and black electric forklift

Forklift operators are NEVER lazy about maintaining and looking after their machines. They do all their checks and respond quickly to any possible safety or operational issues. They keep track of any possible problems with their forklifts, and if they find problems, they get them fixed, fast.

If operators make any mistakes with forklift batteries, you can be sure that they’re honest mistakes. Highly trained and qualified forklift operators care about their work and their machines; if things go wrong, it won’t be their idea.

However, mistakes are inevitable. With modern forklift batteries and chargers, there’s a real learning curve in operational skills so we’re exploring the potential reasons for human error in forklift battery faults.

The Four Common Mistakes

The four mistakes can be basic or very complex, including:

1. Charging

Proper charging of modern forklift batteries is essential. These very powerful batteries need to be charged according to specifications. Operators need to monitor charging and deal with things like water and electrolyte solution levels.

If you’re thinking that list of things to concentrate on while charging means that there are more possibilities for mistakes, you’re quite right. One of the reasons modern battery chargers come with so many protective features is precisely because of these added risks.

2. The State of Repair and Battery Maintenance

Less excusable is the common issue of battery maintenance. Not maintaining your battery is like asking for an excuse to throw your hard-earned money out the window.

If maintenance hasn’t been done in the last year, your battery is likely to have developed at least a few minor issues. If those issues are allowed to get worse, you’ve got extra costs to deal with, perhaps major costs.

3. Lack of Training

Not exactly normal practice in the no-nonsense world of forklift operations, but lack of basic skills happens often enough. If an inexperienced or partially-trained person is working on a battery, you can expect problems. Even the most experienced of workers will inevitably make some mistakes.

Mistakes may include improper maintenance, charging issues and even serious safety problems with managing top-ups for electrolytes and watering. The quick fix is to make sure operators are supervised at all times during battery work. Fixing the problems that arise may require specialist services.

4. Older Batteries

Older batteries need extra care because they have a range of possible issues that vary in how commonly they occur. Problems may include stiff cables, for example, indicating old cabling which may be unsafe or underperforming. Corrosion is likely in this case. The smell of hydrogen sulphide tells you a battery has failed, but it should also tell you that you need help to deal with the situation.

The bottom line: The way to avoid mistakes is to call in the experts for regular maintenance. If there are big problems, your operators can’t fix them in-house, anyway. Your workers can learn how to avoid mistakes from the experts, an invaluable resource for your business.

Looking for Forklift Battery Experts?

Ceil Power Systems is your instant solution for forklift battery problems in Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales. Call 1300 877 531 or contact us online and we’ll help you with any problems. You can schedule regular maintenance services with us, too, to keep your batteries in great shape.