Another ACC Mass Production Order Got. Yinghe Technology Accelerated

Since 2019, EU has introduced regulations on vehicle pollutant emissions. It is estimated that by 2030, the scale of electric vehicle batteries in Europe will reach 400GWh. European companies have accelerated their deployment in the battery field. Among them, ACC, known as the "Battery Airbus", is jointly operated by Stellantis, Saft, a subsidiary of Total Energies, and Mercedes-Benz, and European head power battery manufacturers supported by European authorities. According to public information, ACC plans to build three factories with a capacity of 40GWh in Germany, France and Italy, respectively, and the total power battery capacity will reach 120GWh in 2030.


It is reported that Yinghe Technology has recently received an order for ACC's new lithium battery equipment, and will provide front-end mass production equipment for its 13GWh French super battery factory. Yinghe Technology has deployed overseas markets as early as 2017. With 16 years of experience in the field of lithium battery equipment, in 2020, Yinghe Technology and ACC have reached a cooperation and obtained orders for its entire line. At the beginning of 2021, Yinghe Technology team completed the delivery of 20 sets of equipment in just a few months, and achieved the entire line and stable production within half a year of equipment delivery, which was highly praised by ACC customers and in the same year, Yinghe won the order for additional mass production equipment in the front-end stage.


In 2021, Yinghe Technology stood out from 8 companies in Japan, South Korea, Europe and the United States, won an order from BMW and became the only global supplier of its front-end equipment. The order equipment is expected to be completed and delivered this year. At present, Yinghe Technology's overseas business has included LG New Energy, Samsung, EN, Varta and other global leading customers, and the layout of overseas subsidiaries is also accelerated and fruitful.