Hotline Electric Fencing, or AEC Electric Fencing as it was originally named, have been a trusted name in the industry since our establishment in Newton Abbot, Devon in 1968. We are delighted to have recently celebrated our 50th anniversary of manufacturing experience. Throughout the years, our product range has grown significantly to encompass a wide range of high quality, British-made products.
In 2007 we proudly became part of the horizont group - this partnership has allowed us to expand our product range as well as allowing us to share and combine our knowledge and expertise in order to provide the highest level of quality, innovation and service to our valued customers.
At Hotline we strive to provide a portable, flexible and cost-effective alternative to the more traditional forms of fencing. The rising popularity of self sufficiency and rural life has demanded we develop new and improved products suited to both professionals and those less familiar with electric fencing. Even though we have a well-established product base, we remain committed to innovate and develop products with the most up-to-date modern technology.
With more than five decades of experience, we continue our original vision of providing high quality, British-made products. We are proud to know that our customers are - Still safe behind Hotline!
In the past 12 months we have made substantial investments in our production facility as well as expanding our despatch and warehousing capabilities. These improvements have enabled us to stay at the forefront of an industry with ever changing demands. We continue to develop exciting products with the most up-to-date modern technology.
This is showcased in our new intelligent mains 230v range - our new energisers offer a multitude of display features giving current and detailed information on exactly how your fence is operating and triggering alarms if something needs your attention. The new range also incorporates a battery back-up system which allows a seamless shift from mains to battery-power in result of a mains power loss.