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3M Poland Sp. z o.o. Katowicka 117, Kajetany 05-830 Nadarzyn, Poland image
AAM Poland Sp. z.o.o. ul. Szarych Szeregow 16-18, 58-100 Swidnica, Poland image
AB Filter. Wytwórnia filtrów samochodowych Krzywa Gora 4, 87-800 Wloclawek-PL, Poland image
AC Spolka Akcyjna ul. 42 Pułku Piechoty 50, 15-181 Białystok, Poland image
Adient Foam Poland Sp o.o ul. Wygoda 6, Zory 44-240, Poland image
Adient Seating Poland Sp. z o.o. (Adient - Bierun) Swierczyniecka 7, Bierun 43-150, Poland image
Adient Seating Poland Sp. z o.o.- Siemianowice ul. Krupanka 93, Siemianowice Slaskie 41-100, Poland image
Adient - Skarbimierz Motoryzacyjna 1, 45-269 Skarbimierz, Poland image
Adient - Swiebodzin ul. Swierczewskiego 78, Swiebodzin 66-200, Poland image
Adler Pelzer Bielsko-Biała ul. Konwojowa 10, 43-346 Bielsko-Biała, Poland image
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Oct 08, 2021

On October 6, SK IE Technology (SKIET), the material business subsidiary of SK Innovation held an opening ceremony for the lithium-ion battery separator plant in Silesia Province, Poland, the company’s first European production base. It has been completed after about 21 months of construction and is expected to kick off commercial operation in the fourth quarter of this year. It makes SKIET the first company ever to gain a production foothold for lithium-ion battery separators in Europe. The amount of production is enough to be mounted to 300,000 electric vehicles, and the products will be supplied to global battery companies such as SK On.
SKIET plans to invest a total of KRW 2 trillion in Silesia Province by 2024 to secure the production capacity of 1,540 million square metres for the lithium-ion battery separators. Along with the first plant that begun its commercial production, the second plant with a 340 million square metres capacity is under construction and aims at being ready by 2023. The third and fourth plants with respective 430 million square metres capacity have broken ground last July. The global production capacity of SKIET encompassing South Korea, China, and Europe will reach a total of 2,730 million square metres. Separator produced in SKIET’s European production base receives flooding orders to the extent the units to be produced from its third and fourth plants have already signed up.

SK IE Technology press release

Oct 01, 2021

On September 30, Solaris unveiled the 9-metre latest electric bus Urbino 9 LE electric.
The Solaris Urbino 9 LE electric has been standardised with all other vehicles of the 4th generation. It has got a liquid-cooled electric motor of 220 kW of power output transmitted to the second axle. The propulsion system is powered by 350 kWh High Energy batteries. The batteries can be recharged conventionally using a plug-in connection. In addition, there is an option to mount a pantograph, of which there are three types, on the roof. It is a low entry bus that meets the requirements for both vehicle classes I and II. Depending on the installed equipment, the class I vehicle provides space for 73, while the class II vehicle accommodates 60 passengers in total.
Solaris’s new electric model features automatic advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) including the MirrorEye system and the Mobileye Shield+ system, which notifies the driver using audio and visual alerts about any pedestrians or vehicles in the vicinity of the bus. The vehicle is adapted to be integrated with Solaris’s own remote fleet management system, eSConnect.
The first Urbino 9 LE electric buses have already attracted considerable interest and so far Solaris has signed contracts for 17 units of its latest 9-metre bus in total.

(Solaris press release)

Sep 30, 2021

On September 30, Valmet Automotive signed supply contracts to use only fossil-free electricity at the Salo battery plant in Finland, the Zary plant supplying roof and kinematics systems in Poland and the related technology centre in Osnabrück, Germany. This will reduce the plant’s CO2 emissions by more than 50 % while actions are continued for carbon neutrality in all three locations.
The Salo battery plant uses only fossil-free electricity generated by wind power in Finland. The plant is also preparing for the transition to the use of district heating produced by an eco-power plant, which will halve the CO2 emissions of heating and the introduction of LED lighting.
Valmet Automotive’s roof and kinematics business line is now using only fossil-free electricity as both Zary and Osnabrück locations are now using electricity generated by wind, solar and hydropower. Additionally, the heating energy for the Zary plant is produced from natural gas. The use of green energy has reduced the plant’s CO2 emissions by about 75 % since 2020.

Valmet Automotive press release