Lotte Aluminium to set up manufacturing in Hungary
February 25, 2020Lotte Aluminium, a South Korean company, will soon produce aluminium anode foils for batteries in Tatabánya, Hungary.
GS Yuasa inaugurates manufacturing plant in Hungary
October 10, 2019GS Yuasa's first factory on the European continent is now complete. Through its EUR 28.8 million plant in Miskolc, the Japanese battery producer will supply its European automotive partners with lithium-ion resources.
Doosan reinforces European Battery production
July 30, 2019Doosan is to open its European copper thin foil manufacturing unit in Hungary. In the framework of the investment, worth EUR 100 million, the South-Korean company is to construct its new factory in the Tatabánya Industrial Park.
South Korean producer to set up copper foil plant in Hungary
November 08, 2018South Korean Doosan has chosen Hungary as the location for its new copper foil plant.
High reliability VRLA batteries from Yuasa available at Gresham Power
June 15, 2018Authorised Yuasa battery distributor Gresham Power Electronics, the Salisbury based Defence and Commercial power conversion specialist, announces the availability of two series of high reliability VRLA batteries (valve-regulated lead-acid) from Yuasa’s wide industrial product range.
Saft plans to invest €200 million in next-gen batteries
May 28, 2018The French battery manufacturer is reportedly planning a EUR 200 million investment in a next-gen European battery alliance project.
GS Yuasa starts construction of Hungarian factory
April 05, 2018Following South-Koreas Samsung SDI and SK Innovation, Japanese GS Yuasa has started the construction of its Hungarian factory.
More competition for European battery manufacturers
March 06, 2018Several players are in the midst of building – or planning – large scale manufacturing plants in order to keep up with the anticipated increase in demand as the automotive industry is becoming more and more electrified.
Bosch abandons battery strategy – opts for outsourcing
March 01, 2018The company has previously said that it aims to lead the mass market for electromobility that will emerge after 2020. While that goal still holds true, the company is planning to reach it slightly differently than before.
Japanese manufacturer to set up battery plant in Hungary
January 11, 2018GS Yuasa Corporation says it planning to establish a manufacturing subsidiary company, GS Yuasa Hungary Ltd. in Hungary and to build a new plant for lithium-ion batteries.
Faster charging is growth driver for electric vehicles
November 09, 2017The global electric vehicle battery market is set to grow at a CAGR of 41.95 percent during the period 2017-2021, writes market researcher TechNavio. One trend in the market is faster charging of electric vehicles.
NICHIA partners with Future Lighting Solutions
March 16, 2016LED technology company NICHIA Corporation and Future Lighting Solutions (FLS), have entered into a new distribution agreement covering the Americas and Europe.
Bosch, GS Yuasa, and Mitsubishi join forcesLoad more news
June 21, 2013Robert Bosch and the Japanese companies GS Yuasa International, and Mitsubishi Corporation, based, have agreed to work together on the next generation of high-performance lithium-ion batteries.