Galvanising the aftermarket for an electric future

Audi E-tron electric SUV facility in Brussels, Belgium

The rise in EVs in Europe will have an impact on the aftermarket and the logistics supporting it, not least in the management of replacement lithium batteries

As we usher in an era of e-mobility, OEMs are focusing their efforts on the ever-expanding electric vehicle market, which is bringing with it new demands on aftermarket logistics, not least in the transport and storage of lithium-ion batteries


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