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Apr 15, 2024

On April 8, Magnis Energy Technologies Ltd signed a binding memorandum of understanding (MOU) with BATTEROTECH. Under the agreement, Magnis will purchase BATTEROTECH products including lithium-ion battery cells, components, and stationary energy storage products. 

BATTEROTECH will be Magnis' technology partner, assisting Magnis' iM3NY battery plant if needed, and will work together on any future battery manufacturing plants identified by Magnis.

BATTEROTECH Co., Ltd. is a lithium-ion battery manufacturer dedicated to the new energy industry which is funded by Tsingshan Industry (a Fortune 500 corporation). It is developing solutions and services for global new energy vehicle manufacturers and electric power investors.  

Magnis Energy Technologies Ltd is a vertically integrated lithium-ion battery technology and materials company in the Lithium-ion battery supply chain.  

Based on Magnis Energy Technologies Ltd press release 

Apr 10, 2024

On April 4, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 109,647 units in March 2024 represented an increase 12.7% over the last March.

New vehicle sales of 304,452 units in the first three months of the year represented an 13.2% increase YoY. 

Passenger car sales of 17,611 units in March represented an 2.5% increase YoY, SUV sales of 64,631 units represented a 20.7% increase, LCV sales of 23,061 units represented a 4.8% increase and MHCV sales of 4,344 units represented a 4.1% decrease. Battery electric vehicles accounted for 9.6% of sales in March.

Among the companies, Toyota sales increased 43.4% YoY to 18,961 units, Ford sales increased 35.3% to 8,776 units, Mazda sales of 8,246 units were similar to last year, Mitsubishi sales increased 34.2% to 7,866 units and Kia sales increased 10.4% to 7,070 units.

The best-selling cars in March 2024, in order of popularity, were Ford Ranger, Toyota RAV4, and Tesla Model Y.

FCAI release on April 4, 2024

Apr 10, 2024

Reported on April 6, 2024, Thai Automotive Industry Association (TAIA) said Australia’s new vehicle efficiency standard set to be effective in 2025 may affect vehicle exports from Thailand, as Australia is among the target markets for Thai car companies. Despite the goal of becoming an EV manufacturing hub, Thailand’s vehicle exports are mainly those with internal combustion engines.

The new measures will limit the rate of carbon dioxide emissions per km from new cars sold in Australia, aiming to encourage the use of more efficient cars, including electric vehicles.

During the ASEAN-Australian summit in March, the Thai Prime Minister has also called on Australia to slow down the plan to tighten emissions standards.

The new rules require each vehicle manufacturer to have a set average CO2 target for all new cars it produces. Over time, the target will be lowered and in order to continue to meet it, companies must offer more choices of fuel-efficient, low- or zero-emission vehicles.

(From an article of Bangkok Post on April 5, 2024)