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2J Antennas, s.r.o. Stefanikova 61, 085 01, Bardejov, Slovakia image
Adient Innotec Metal Technologies s.r.o. Zvolenská cesta 2740, 984 01 Lučenec, Slovakia image
Adient- Košťany nad Turcom Košťany nad Turcom 337, 038 41 Slovakia image
Adient Lucenec Mikusovska cesta 5363, Lucenec 98401, Slovakia image
Adient - Zilina Kysucka Cesta 3, Zilina, 01001 Slovakia image
AIS Automotive Interior Systems Slovakia sro Chorvatice 108, 935 84 Tupá, Slovakia image
Akebono Brake Slovakia s.r.o. Bratislavska 581, 911 05 Trencin, Slovakia image
Antolin Trnava Trstínska cesta 682, 917 01 Trnava, Slovakia image
AOKI Slovakia s.r.o. Elektrarenska 1748/20, Dubnica nad Vahom, Slovakia image
AU Optronics (Slovakia) s.r.o. Bratislavska 517, 911 05 Trencin, Slovakia image
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Aug 24, 2021

On August 24, Group14 Technologies and Inobat Auto announced a partnership to custom manufacture high energy density batteries for automotive applications. The companies announced an MOU to innovate on sustainable energy storage solutions.
InoBat creates high-margin EV batteries customizable in different cell formats such as pouch or cylindrical, both with faster development timelines than the industry norm. Partnering with Group14 will enable it to bring advanced energy solutions across the whole battery value chain for a variety of markets. Group14 is capable of producing 120 tons per year of its patented anode technology, SCC55 from its first domestic Battery Active Materials (BAM) factory in Woodinville, Washington. 
The partnership with InoBat Auto comes on the heels of a joint venture agreement with SK materials to launch a factory in South Korea to enable dual sourcing of Group14's patented lithium-silicon technology to reach all corners of the world.

Group14 Technologies press release

Jul 08, 2021

On July 7, InoBat announced that the reconstruction of its facility in Voderady, which will host research and development centre as well as a pilot production line, will be completed by the second quarter of 2022.  First batteries will be produced as early as next year, including the test cells for well-known bus producer SOR, with whom InoBat recently signed a framework agreement. Preliminary tests of InoBat’s batteries are meeting company expectations and they will be completed by the end of Q2.

Based on newsletter from InoBat

Jun 29, 2021

On June 28, Stellantis announced that it has decided to allocate a new segment B production program at its production center in Trnava.
This decision comes as an award for the performance of the production center, which it achieved throughthe transformation project “Future in our hands”. The signing of a collective agreement with the trade union OZ KOVO for four years also made a significant contribution to obtaining a new production program.
The gradual start of production of the new production program of segment B is planned from 2023. In order to significantly contribute to increasing carbon neutrality, a large part of the production program will also be represented by fully electric motors.
A new Peugeot 208 model is currently being produced in Trnava, which became the European Car of the Year 2020. For the first time in its history, the carmaker also offers a 100% electric version of the e-208 with zero CO2 emissions.
Since September 2016, exclusively in Slovakia, it has also been producing the Citroën C3 model. Since the summer of 2020, it has been offering its customers a renewed facelift version.
The group's total investment in Slovakia has already exceeded EUR 1.2 billion.
(Stellantis press release on June 28, 2021)