The centrally located facility will enable timely delivery of EV and electrification solutions for customers.
The battery development, testing and prototyping center will cater to the needs of its European clients.
In the first phase, the facility has the capacity to assemble 5,000 Lucid vehicles annually.
The first order has shipped to a major automotive aftermarket customer from its new FTZ facility in Nichols, South Carolina.
The manufacturing and distribution center will expand production and distribution capabilities.
The new solar facility at DENSO’s Maryville, Tennessee, location is the first of four planned solar production facilities.
The expansion will support the domestic and international growth of SMG’s Tsunami, Python and LubeMinder products.
The new center will be used for battery and complete vehicle development, strengthening FEV’s footprint in northern China.
The center will facilitate next-gen design, prototyping and testing of thermal management systems and components for EVs.
The new facility will support the company’s growing remanufacturing and battery life cycle management businesses.
The aim is to enhance GRI’s current production capacity to 750,000 tires per year.